is it okay,

<p>to be taking no honors or aps in your junior year?</p>

<p>here's what my schedule would look like.
1. Biology II
2. Precal/Trig (my school considers that "an honors class itself", so we dont have honors for it)
3. English III
4. French III
5. Psychology (if we get an a, we can take the ap test for it, but it's not calculated into your gpa as an ap)
6. World Religions
7. U.S History (applied for APUSH, didnt get in)
8. Forensics/Competitive Debate</p>

<p>i don't know, to me, i seem stupid, considering all my friends are GENIUSES and are taking at least 2-3 ap classes and 4 INCLUDING honors. </p>

<p>im just worried colleges wont consider me cause my schedule isnt very ... "rigorous".</p>

<p>Just wondering, why aren't you taking any AP/H courses? Your classes seem to be okay (have basic core requirements, etc.). If it's just your school not allowing you to take AP courses, just do independent testing for it and report it to colleges. Otherwise, your schedule looks decent.</p>

<p>^^^^ agreed</p>

<p>well i'm not doing ap/honors cause i've met the grade requirements for this year, but not the OVERALL gpa (i was a b/c student freshmen year) requirement ... </p>

<p>so i didnt apply for an ap science cause of my gpa (but i totally got the grades in CHEM and BIO). APUSH, apparently like 732462783483462783 people applied, so yeah. and english is just not my strong subject and i figured i would struggle in regular anyway. </p>

<p>but what do you mean by report? i could do that?
yeah im pretty much oblivious.</p>

<p>honors is not that bad! take the hardest you can handle!</p>

<p>hahaha you obviously do not know my school. </p>

<p>i mean if the subject is one of your strong points, you'll do just fine, but if you're really weak (like i am in english), it will show, even in regular. </p>

<p>also consider that i go to a private college preparatory school and even the regular classes are supposed to killer junior year. </p>

<p>btw, i went from a public school, in middle school (where i didnt try to my fullest extent, but still ended up with straight as), to a private school so i didnt quite adapt freshmen year. hence, the low gpa. but now i'm doing just fine.</p>