Ap schedule for junior year?

<p>Im currently a sophomore and i was wondering whether i should take the following ap courses in my junior year:</p>

<p>Ap chem
Ap lang
Ap american hist.
Ap calc ab/bc
Ap physics c</p>

<p>I am currently in pre calc honors and getting a b+/a. Im also in honors chem (a/a+) and regular physics (a+, the only basic physics my school offers). Would this be too much work? I should probably also mention i will be doing science research over the summer (for seimens, etc. even though i know i wont win :P).</p>

<p>This is totally doable from my point of view. But then again, it also depends on what kind of student you are. Have you ever taken AP's before? Because if not, it is kinda a huge step from going from none to 5. </p>

<p>American History involves a ton of reading while language involves lots of essay writing which can be quite time consuming for some people.
Unless you have a thing for math, physics c and calculus can become a bit difficult. Something you should be aware of is that physics c requires calculus at certain points. Physics might be a bit challenging at first because you don't have that strong of a foundation in calculus, but a couple of my friends say it is totally manageable if you put in the effort.
The main question is, will you have enough time in the day for all of these AP's. If you can balance your time wisely and keep yourself organized, you should have no problem.
However, if you get to the point where you are unsure, I would say take physics c in senior year. </p>

<p>Hope I Helped!!!! :)</p>

<p>Hey, sounds like my senior year back when I was in high school... plus about three more. But no, this should be fine.</p>

<p>Take Calc AB junior year and take Calc BC and Physics C senior year instead. The rest are fine IMO.</p>