<p>I just began my senior year, and it has been stressful to say the least. It seems like there are an infinite amount of things to worry about. I've always been an extremely hardworking student with lofty goals. I really want to go to Stern at NYU and major in business administration. I have a 3.9 GPA and I participate in various clubs. In my free time, I like to read and practice photography. This year my schedule is AP Calc AB, AP Physics B, H Econ/AP US Gov, AH French III, H English IV, Visual Art. Needless to say, AP Calc and AP Physics are the killers. I'm thinking about dropping AP Physics for H Physics and was wondering if it would be a wise decision. I've always been one of the students who have to study like heck for an "A," and Physics is taking double the time to learn the material for me. In the past, I've taken several H/AH classes and AP Chem and AP US History, but did not take the AP tests because I moved to a new state and the teacher there advised me not to. It's my last year of high school, and I would like some free time every once in a while. I just can't decide whether to stick it out or not and I feel as if I'm on the verge of a break down.</p>
<p>Any help is appreciated!