<p>If AP Bio at your highschool is anything like mine, it is INTENSE. A lot of work. I don't say this to discourage you, but, consider prioritizing those subjects that roughly correspond to your major.</p>
<p>That said, I see you're applying to top-notch schools, and completely understand <em>why</em> you want to load up. I did the same thing (but it was incredibly stressful).</p>
<p>Ap Govt (in my case) was not much, work wise. And I really enjoyed it.
AP Lit was unique for me because of the specific teacher I had who did things much to his own liking so, I won't use it to judge your AP Lit because it may be very different.</p>
<p>I took AP stats for about a month and then dropped it because I was overloaded senior year (I had 5 other AP classes) and given that I had already taken AP Calc AB and BC junior year, I had already gone up to the highest level math my school offered. Taking Stats (in my case) was much like taking an elective, as opposed to a core class. But Stats was not hard -just a very "different" kind of math than what we're used to. Not the algebraic based math you've seen all these years.</p>
<p>I don't know if your school offers AP Econ, but if it does I suggest taking this:
Govt, Econ (Micro), and Stats as "for sure" classes.</p>
<p>Whatever you do, do not take BOTH AP Bio and AP Physics. Do not do it.</p>