How difficult is the following schedule?

<p>Hey! This is my possible junior year schedule for next year, and I was wondering if you guys could please give me some feedback as to how difficult the classes/tests would be:</p>

<p>AP Lang
AP Calculus AB
AP Biology
AP Physics B
AP US History
Spanish 3
Newspaper</p>

<p>[Possible self-study: AP World History and AP Human Geography]</p>

<p>This year, the only AP course I took was AP Euro, as that was all I could take!</p>

<p>Thanks! :)</p>

<p>pretty solid schedule, you will have a decent amount of work</p>

<p>Mmm, decent! Would replacing AP Bio with AP US Gov/AP Comp Gov lessen the workload?</p>

<p>Yeah honestly I wouldn't double up on ap sciences. AP Bio is a lot harder than people give it credit for (workwise).</p>

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<p>It really depends on the school.
Really solid schedule though, good luck :)</p>

<p>^not really though...I don't see how over a thousand pages of material can be covered in a non-work intensive way.</p>

<p>^ I see what you're saying, I guess it's true for other subjects though - comparing my school to a neighboring school.</p>

<p>^totally. Even within a school...I know a teacher who basically gives out A's to people she likes in ap lang. Of course I got stuck with that lady's polar opposite.</p>

<p>AP Bio is actually considered one of the HARDER AP's due to the massive amount of material covered. I can't comment on the scheudal overall as I have not taken most of those classes, and are school doesn't even offer many.</p>

<p>Thanks guys! Seems fair that AP Bio + APUSH = overkill.
Would US Gov/Comp Gov lessen the load versus AP Bio?</p>

<p>Not that bad - you can handle it. I would substitute AP Chem for APUSH though. I was going to do AP Bio, AP Physics C, Calc BC, and APUSH Junior year, but then I did Chem instead of history and was really happy. A lot of things will help you with understanding Bio.</p>

<p>Also, Bio and APUSH are both very reading-intensive. Chem isn't, so you might want to consider that too.</p>

<p>Not bad at all, as long as your teachers aren't crazy.</p>