Is AP Environmental Science looked down upon?

<p>I want to take this class (sophomore year) but am afraid it will be looked down upon by Ivy schools. everyone loves the course at my school and the teacher is great. </p>

<p>So, will it look bad if I take it?
(this year I'll also be taking AP Bio and AP World and fresh i took AP Human)</p>

<p>Why would a school look down at you for taking an AP class?</p>

<p>Exactly. Especially since it's only your sophomore year. Most people can't even take AP's their sophomore year. The class will look great on your transcript.</p>

<p>No, especially since you'll only be a sophomore and you are taking it in addition to AP Bio. I think it would only be "looked down upon" if you were taking it instead of other, more difficult science courses (since it is considered to be relatively easy).</p>

<p>But yeah, my school offers 24 APs</p>

<p>Guys, in hindsight, self-studying is REALLY not worth the effort. College look for people who they think will make a positive impact on campus. So, essentially, they are looking for character traits. self-studying shows discipline and the ability to take initiatives. But those are much more effectively achieved if you focus on your regular school work and extra curriculars. I want you to trust me!</p>