<p>I'm going to be a sophomore this year, and I have to select which AP courses I want to take by Monday. Last year I took AP Human Geography, as it was the only AP offered to freshman.</p>
<p>This year, I have to decide a few things.
I would really like to take AP European History, but I've heard it's substantially more difficult than AP World. I wouldn't have a problem with that normally, except for the fact that I may end up taking 4 APs this year. (I know, aahh.) So, which one would you reccommend? (Please answer only if you've taken both courses.)</p>
<p>I'm also trying to decide whether or not to take AP Bio. I'd like to, since it's one of my favorite subjects, but would it be too much?</p>
<p>Same for AP Calc. I'm ahead of my peers in math and may end up taking it this year. Too much?</p>
<p>And last but not least, AP Psych. This is more or less optional for me, but most of my friends are taking it. I might just save it for my senior year, along with Euro. </p>
<p>That was a nice ramble. Thanks for reading, and I'd appreciate any advice you can give me.</p>