Is this schedule for high school rigorous/help me

Pre-AP English
Geometry Honors
Biology Honors
AP Human Geography
French II
H.O.P.E (PE)

Pre-AP English II
Alg 2 Honors
Chemistry honors
AP World history
French III Honors
AP Bio
AP European History</p>

AP Lang and Comp
Pre-calc Honors*
AP Chem
AP French Lang**
Physics Honors OR AP Physics B***
Anatomy and Physiology Honors </p>

<p>Freshman and Sopohmore are already set in stone (finished already)
* Should I self-study pre-calc over the Summer and go into AB junior year and BC senior? (math is not my favorite subject. Would colleges like to see that though?)
** AP French lang might not be available, what would be a good replacement?
*** Assuming I don't self study pre-calc and take it in Junior year, would i be enough for AP Physics B?</p>


<p>Looks pretty doable.</p>

<p>To answer your questions:
<em>If you feel that you can do it, go for it. Since you are considering it, you probably have the potential to do it.
</em>Any other AP, perhaps Psychology?

<p><em>Only do it if you genuinely want to because you love math. Don't do it just to impress colleges.
</em>AP stats? It depends here. What do you want to major in?
*Depends on your school's math program.</p>

<p>"Freshman and Sopohmore are already set in stone (finished already)"</p>

<p>You were only a freshman this past year. And I know you haven't taken AP Bio yet because you keep posting threads about what review books are best. Or by "finished already" did you mean that you already signed up for the classes and they are on your schedule?</p>

<p>I've finished freshman, and I already turned in my class selections for sophomore year and I can't change it now.</p>

<p>Oh. I would say next year will be pretty difficult, with APWH, APEH, and AP Bio. All of those require memorization and a lot of time. Algebra II is easy in my opinion, but French III H and Chem H might give you some trouble.</p>

<p>You actually might be screwed due to sophomore year. However, if you manage to receive all A's from those classes and 5's on those respective exams, congratulation and you can definitely handle any difficult course load in the future.</p>


<p>Those schedules look pretty rigorous. I would recommend AP Calculus AB only if you know that your school has a really good teacher for it that can help you on Pre-Calculus topics that you might still be a little uncomfortable with.</p>

<p>I would go for AP Physics B too.</p>

<p>Don't worry about your AP load for your sophomore year. It is definitely manageable. In my sophomore year, I did 3 AP's and 2 IB's...which is about equivalent to 5 AP tests in May. I passed all of them. You can handle it.</p>

<p>It seems he already got his scores back before he even took the test:</p>

AP European History-5
AP World History-4
AP Biology- 5


<p>Source: <a href=""&gt;;/a&gt;&lt;/p>

<p>^I know, I remember that. Something's up.</p>

<p>^Maybe they're projections of what he expects to get on the exams.</p>

<p>byubound, I understand people can accurately project scores right after they take an AP exam or even in some cases a few weeks before the exam. In this case he predicted those scores a year before he took the exams, 4 months before he began learning the course material in school, and a year and 2 months before he would even receive the scores.</p>

<p>Sounds a little odd, but let's go back on topic.</p>

<p>^Ah, I see. That does sound really fishy.</p>

<p>Ok, I owe you guys an explanation.
1) Im a rising sophomore
2) My sophomore schedule is set in stone
3) I never took AP Bio, World nor Euro yet
4) I've also never taken the SAT yet, even though I said it on my chance me forum
5) Why do I do this? If I say I get X on the SAT, X on my AP, X on EC's when I haven't done them yet, I know how hard I will have to study. If someone says, "no, this on the SAT is not good enough", i know how hard I have to work, same with the AP tests, like I wrote on the chance me thread. I'm sorry I mislead you guys.</p>

<p>It's alright. You're not the only one who does number 5 anyway. I heard on HSL that some people do that.</p>

<p>I hate to be a douche bag, but:</p>

Well, I take AP's, EC's (French Club VP, Chem club, and Debate Club), work during the Summer, but haven't taken the SAT or Subject tests yet. (Junior next year btw*)


<p>Source: <a href=""&gt;;/a&gt;&lt;/p>

Well next year, Junior year, I'll be in Pre-calc.** Should I go for Math II then


<p>Source: <a href=""&gt;;/a&gt;&lt;/p>

I have to pick my classes for Junior year and so far, it's like this:</p>

<p>AP Lang
AP Calc AB**
AP Chem
AP Psych
Physics I honors


<p>Source: <a href=""&gt;;/a&gt;&lt;/p>

AP Human Geography- 5</p>

AP World History- 4
AP Biology- 5
AP European History- 5</p>

<p>Junior <a href="this%20year">b</a>*****-
AP Lang and Comp- prob 4
APUSH- prob 5
AP Chem- - either 4 or 5, hopefully 5
AP French- Would love a 5! but most likely 4
AP Psychology- 5</p>

AP Physics B
AP Calc AB
AP Lit and Comp
AP Stats
AP Gov't/AP Macro


<p>Source: <a href=""&gt;;/a&gt;&lt;/p>

<em> = next year seems to be junior year
</em><em> = Junior year = Pre-Calc - now it's AP Calc AB :o
</em>** = You already got your sophomore year scores? Also it says junior year was this year. In addition it seems like you're projecting you're junior year scores so you must be a rising senior?</p>

<p>I know I'm coming off as a douche bag; I personally don't care if you lie or not. It really makes no difference to me. The thing I do care about is the dozens of people's time you wasted. Just try to do your best to keep it truthful.</p>