Most APs you have taken/will take

<p>Just wondering what a norm for this site is...</p>

<p>I will be a Junior next year and I am planning to take...
AP English
AP Bio
AP Micro
AP Macro</p>

<p>...and self study
AP US History (at the moment I'm self studying my US2 course)
AP US Gov't
AP Comp. Gov't</p>

<p>Any tips on US Gov't/ Comp. Gov't would be greatly appreciated :D</p>

<p>^ that is the norm! hahaha. maybe a little bit above the norm.
As a junior last year, I took
AP USH
AP Bio
AP Lang
AP Calc BC
AP Stats</p>

<p>and self studied AP macro and micro. </p>

<p>Sophomore year: APES, AP Chem, AP WS</p>

<p>Oh, and best of luck to you for taking 7 AP tests.
I'm still recovering from my 2 weeks of AP Testing stress and caffeine-overdose.</p>

<p>All throughout high school, I plan on taking these tests:</p>

<p>Soph: (already taken)
US History
Environmental Science
Human Geography</p>

<p>Junior:
AP Calculus AB
AP Chemistry
AP Psychology
AP Comparative Government
AP Micro or Macro Economics</p>

<p>Senior:
AP English Literature
AP Calculus BC
AP Physics C Mechanics
AP Physics C Electricity and Magnetism</p>

<p>Freshman Year:
AP US History (5)</p>

<p>Sophomore Year:
AP US Government (hopefully 5)
AP Human Geography (hopefully 5)</p>

<p>Junior Year:
AP English Language
AP World History
AP Chemistry
AP Calculus BC
AP Spanish</p>

<p>Senior Year:
AP English Literature (undecided)
AP Biology
AP Statistics
AP Psychology (undecided)
AP Physics</p>

<p>Sophomore
AP US (5?)</p>

<p>Junior
AP Calc AB
AP Psych
AP Lang
AP Euro</p>

<p>Senior
AP Cal BC or AP Stats
AP US Gov
AP Macro/Micro Econ
AP Lit
AP science of some sort
AP Latin</p>

<p>Independently
AP Art History
AP Music Theory</p>

<p>Sophomore Year:
AP European History (Self-study)—4</p>

<p>Junior Year:
AP US History—5
AP US Government—5
AP Chemistry—5
AP English Language—4
AP Human Geography (Self-study)—5</p>

<p>Senior:
AP Biology
AP Calculus AB
AP Macroeconomics
AP Microeconomics
AP Spanish Language
AP English Literature
AP Comparative Government (Self-Study)</p>

<p>Freshman:
Calc BC
Physics B
Human Geography</p>

<p>Sophomore:
Physics C Mechanics
Physics C Electicity
World History
Statistics</p>

<p>Junior:
US History
Lang and Comp
Biology
Chemistry</p>

<p>Senior:
Macroeconomics
Microeconomics
Art Studio or Photography
Spanish
Gov/Pol
Literature</p>

<p>Wow, okay :)</p>

<p>My Senior year:</p>

<p>AP English Lit
AP Chem
AP Euro
AP World
AP Calc
AP Latin</p>

<p>and self study AP Chinese</p>

<p>puggly123, how did difficult did you find Environmental Science?</p>

<p>You guys are amazing, and not to be rude, but is your education your life?!?!</p>

<p>Junior:
AP English Language
AP U.S. History
AP Psych
AP Bio
AP Calc AB
possibly AP Gov, AP Stat, or AP Euro</p>

<p>Senior:
AP English Lit
AP Calc BC (if I pass AB, that is :D )
AP Latin Vergil (not 100% sure yet)
whichever 2 (or 3) possible AP's listed for jr. year that I choose not to take then</p>

<p>These are all schedule-permitting... my school always seems to have problems with people getting into the classes they want because there's only a certain number of classes for each AP (ex: only one AP Calc BC class, one AP Euro class, etc... so if both of those classes happen to be during the same period and a student is signed up for both, they have to drop one). But of course all the non-AP kids have no problems with their schedules... not that there's anything wrong with any of those kids, but it still feels a little bit like punishment. :D</p>

<p>S took 12 AP's while in high school.</p>

<p>NJGirl, I'm also from Jersey and I know exactly how you feel. My school has the same problem and I am terrified of having schedule conflicts because of the honors/AP class numbers. Also too the budget insanity makes things pretty worrisome for me when it comes to thinking about APs :(</p>

<p>I took 9 last year. 20 all together.</p>

<p>Wow, God Bless ya! Hopefully Princeton will give you the credits :)</p>

<p>Freshman year:
AP Computer Science (pretty sure a 5)
AP USH (4/5...)</p>

<p>Sophomore:
AP English Lang
AP Euro
AP Chem
AP Bio
AP Environmental
AP Psychology</p>

<p>Junior:
AP English Lit
AP Macro
AP Micro
AP Spanish
AP Physics C:E
AP Physics C:M
AP US Gov</p>

<p>Senior Year:
AP Calc BC
and if I get around to it:
AP Human Geography
AP Comp Gov
AP Spanish Lit
AP Stats
AP World History
so anywhere from 16 to 21</p>

<p>Freshman Year: None</p>

<p>Sophomore Year:
AP European History
AP Calculus BC
AP French Language
AP Physics B</p>

<p>Junior Year:
AP Environmental Science (self-study)
AP Chinese Language & Culture (self-study as native speaker)
AP Music Theory (self-study as native speaker)
AP Statistics
AP United States History
AP Chemistry
AP Physics C: Mechanics
AP Physics C: E & M
AP Psychology
AP English Language</p>

<p>Senior Year:
AP English Literature
AP United States Government
AP Economics (not sure which one(s))
AP Computer Science A (if still offered by school)
AP Biology ( :( I'll see if I can convince my parents not to make me do this)</p>

<p>So, about 19?</p>

<p>whoawhoa- Couldn't agree more. As far as I know, none of my school's APs are being cut due to the budget insanity but it is forcing me to change my schedule around due to other classes of mine being cut. It really does suck to live in Jersey right about now :/</p>

<p>Junior Year
APUSH
APES
AP ENGLISH LANGUAGE
AP SPANISH LANGUAGE</p>

<p>SENIOR YEAR
AP PSYCHOLOGY
AP EUROPEAN HISTORY
AP ENGLISH LITERATURE
AP CALCULUS AB
AP BIOLOGY
AP PHYSICS B
AP GOVERNMENT (SELF STUDY)
AP ART HISTORY (SELF STUDY)
AP SPANISH LITERATURE (SELF STUDY)
AP STATISTICS (UNDECIDED)</p>

<p>Sophomore:</p>

<p>European History (3)</p>

<p>Junior:</p>

<p>U.S. History (4)
English Language and Composition (4)</p>

<p>Senior:</p>

<p>U.S. Government and Politics
Statistics
Calculus AB
Microeconomics</p>

<p>That is considered an average load of AP courses at my high school.</p>

<p>Wow. You guys make me feel like a slacker.</p>

<p>I took all of the four AP classes my school offered (which is unheard of at my school)...</p>

<p>Junior
US History (5)</p>

<p>Senior
Calculus AB
English Lang & Comp
Chemistry</p>

<p>So I suppose i'm an extreme outlier.</p>

<p>Sophomore year: N/A</p>

<p>Junior Year:
AP Lang
AP US History</p>

<p>Senior Year:
AP Lit
AP Stats
AP Gov
AP Envi-sci(self-study)</p>

<p>a whopping 6 classes.</p>