AP science classes

<p>I am moving schools after next year to a school that has no AP science classes, from my current school that has every AP science class. I really want to take AP Chem, AP Bio, and APES, and next year would be my last chance. I know they are all thought of as hard, but if I worked on AP Bio and APES over the summer, basically studying them, would it be possible? My school has a 93% pass rate on AP Chem and even higher on the others, so I'm sure it is a rigorous course, but do you think it is possible? I know my friend did AP Bio and AP Chem, and environmental is generally considered easier, but I wanted some other opinions.</p>

<p>I heard the curriculum of AP Bio and AP Chem both require a lot of time and work, so depending on your teacher you could be up several nights. APES is generally considered easier, but again it really depends on your teacher. It comes down to how much you're willing to sacrifice for school, what other classes you're taking, and how difficult the teachers are.</p>

<p>IMO, environmental science is really easy. AP bio is not "hard" but just a lot of time spent memorizing stuff. At my school (and from what I've heard about AP tests) AP Chem is the hardest. I think you could do ES and Bio no problem together. </p>

<p>But if you're taking three science classes, how are you going to fit in your other subjects?</p>