Self studying for 4 AP tests?

<p>Alright, I just wanted to get an idea of other people's opinions on how reasonable it would be to self-study for Enviromental Science, Computer Science A, Human Geography, and Statistics if I were to start now?</p>

<p>I'm currently taking AP Psychology, Biology, Language & Comp, and US History.</p>

<p>Is it doable? I have some experience with coding and such so I feel like computer science wouldn't be very difficult to learn quickly, but I'm not so sure about the others.</p>

<p>I'd appreciate any opinions on whether or not this is too stupid to try or if I have a shot at being able to do well?</p>

<p>I think you do have a shot at it. It depends on what your schedule is like at school though.</p>

<p>AP Enviro is super easy and only requires reading the AP prep book a few times. It’s common sense, plus a few extra things to learn.</p>

<p>AP Human Geo is easy as well. Just read Barron’s a few times and you will mostly get a 5.</p>

<p>AP Stats is slightly harder to do. Make sure you study null-hypothesis testing.</p>

<p>AP Computer Science will be a bit harder, but if you know Java well, then you should have no problem self studying it.</p>

<p>AP Psychology is an easy AP class. AP Biology, Language & Comp, and US History are more harder, but if you find the classes easy to manage, then I say that your plan is doable. It depends on what year of high school you are in, and if you think you are capable of doing it though. I don’t know you, but personally, I would definitely do this.</p>

<p>I think you would do well. Hope this helps.</p>