AP Chem and AP Physics C in the same year

<p>Is it a good idea to do this? School starts in a few weeks and I don't really know how great of a choice this would be. I have to say I'm quite interested in Physics and I kind of like chemistry. How difficult would it be to concurrently take these classes? I'm kind of worried about keeping up with both classes in addition to a few more AP classes.</p>

<p>Depends on your study habits, what other classes you're taking, your interest level, the level at which the courses are taught...</p>

<p>I'm doing AP Chem and Physics B. I had actually decided to switch to C, but it overlaps with Chem, so I'm stuck with B. I've known a lot of people who have taken Physics B or C concurrently with AP Chem and often another difficult class like Calc BC. They were okay, some more than others. The ones with good time management skills, and of course, a lot of intelligence, were fine.</p>

<p>If you are switching one of those two with one of your other classes, then I don't see why it would be that hard. They are really quite different.</p>

<p>it's quite easy, I breezed through both courses without studying much</p>

<p>if you've taken physics b already it's really easy. otherwise, probably pretty hard.</p>

<p>Physics B and C have some overlap, but I don't see C being significantly harder without B.</p>

<p>^^ Stop resurrecting threads.</p>