Is my schedule rigorous enough for Cornell ED?

Honors Bio
Honors Spanish I
Honors American History
Honors English I
Algebra I (regular)</p>


Honors Chem
Honors Spanish II
Honors World History
Honors English II
Geometry (regular)</p>


AP Bio
Honors Spanish IV
AP European History
Honors English III
Honors Algebra II</p>


Physics (regular)
AP Spanish Language
AP U.S Government and Politics
AP English Literature and Composition
AP Art History
Honors Pre-Calculus
AP Calculus AB/BC (self-study)</p>


<p>Final GPA: 3.8/4.3</p>

<p>For Cornell (ED.) I'm majoring in English Literature, by the way.
Also, my school only offers 9 APs. Since I'm not going into anything math/science-related, will the regular math (for two years) and regular science (one year) really affect me? I have a hard time in math/science, but excel way beyond my age level when it comes to the humanities, and I'll make sure that they know that. </p>

<p>My ECs are fantastic and reflect my passions well.</p>

<p>Am I screwed, or ok? Thanks.</p>

<p>PS: No one from my school is applying to Cornell, either. I took a gap year, too.</p>

<p>Yes, I'm using my gap year to travel with National Geographic, and I'm hoping that I'll have recs. </p>

<p>Any other opinions?</p>

<p>Bump? ...........................</p>

<p>Depends on your what courses your school offers. Your schedule should be most rigorous at your school.</p>

<p>It is, except for science for one year (senior) and math for one year (sophomore.)</p>

<p>I went to a different school in 9th grade, and they didn't offer honors algebra I. So I had the most rigorous course load that year.</p>

<p>Sophomore I had regular math (they offered honors) because I'm just not too mathematically-inclined. </p>

<p>I actually was in a good position for science in 9th, 10th, and 11th. I was a year ahead of 95% of my class. But my teacher thought that honors physics would be too much for me, since it involves a lot of math and I'm not the greatest math student. </p>

<p>^ it's math and science that's my problem. Every other class, I'm either a year ahead or in advanced courses for my grade level.</p>

<p>Bump please</p>

<p>I mean, you only took three non-honors classes. Of course that's rigorous enough.</p>