Is there a lot of Pre AP Chemistry in AP Biology?

<p>Im transferring to a top ranked magnet school in my city from an inner city school. Last year, my PAP Biology screwed me over for not teaching anything, now Im kind of afraid taking AP Biology at this school since this is my junior year.
1) is there anything I can do to catch up?
2) Is there a lot of Chemistry in AP Biology because I havent taken PAP chesmitry yet</p>

<p>There's not much chemistry in AP Biology. The first couple of chapters deal with it a little, but it's very basic. There's no need to worry. </p>

<p>Get yourself an AP Biology study guide- Cliff's is the best- and you'll be fine.</p>

<p>So Should I take PAP Chem and AP Biology and save AP Envi for senior year?</p>

<p>If ou're going to a top ranked magnet school, I'm assuming you want to attend a top 20 school.</p>

<p>APES is not a course you should spend an entire year on, it's more of a self-study. AP biology is very plain and simple, no PAP chem required though you should enroll in both concurrently and take something like AP Chem or AP Physics the year after.</p>