Elective Choices: Should I Take More Classes in One Subject?

<p>In planning my pre-IB schedule for next year, I need to choose whether to take several classes in one area (such as science) or to choose electives in several different subjects.</p>

<p>I know I will take:
-English X
-Alg 3/4X
-AP US Hist
-French 5/6X
-Chemistry X</p>

<p>This leaves me to choose two other classes. I have AP and honors choices available in Science, Humanities, and Math. I have to choose whether to take, for example, one other math class (say, AP Computer Science) and another science class (Physics X) or focus in one subject and take two classes in that subject (Physics X and AP Environmental Sci), which would give me 3 classes in one subject at the same time. Do selective colleges consider this "tripling" to show passion or do they prefer that students take classes in a variety of subjects?</p>

<p>It honestly does not really matter since you already have at least one science and at least one humanity. The best advice anyone can give you is to simply take whichever of those classes interests you the most.</p>

<p>Thanks for the advice. Anyone else?</p>