To take or not to take?

<p>I'll be taking the SAT IIs in May.</p>

<p>I'm definitely taking US History, because I'll be taking the AP test a few days later [any suggestions for an SAT II prep book for that?]. I am extremely good at history.</p>

<p>Now I think that I might want to take Chem as well. I'm in Honors Chem this year [could not take Pre-AP due to scheduling conflict]. And the Chem teachers offer a review session... for the June test, 'cause even then there's a bunch of stuff we still won't have learned. So will I be able to self-study a lot of the more advanced topics covered in the test? I got a 660 in Bio last year [soph], and I was really hoping to have much better subject test scores. But I am in not going to be doing anything science related in college. So is Chem worth it?</p>

<p>I'll probably take Spanish in November. But I'd like to take two in May. I was also contemplating Lit. But once I told my guidance counselor that I heard you don't have to study for it, he seemed rather reluctant for me to take it. But I love English.</p>

<p>I really don't know what to do. Any advice?
And prep book suggestions would be AWESOME.</p>

<p>Anyone? :(</p>

<p>I've heard the chem test is an absolute *****. Be careful</p>

<p>If your teacher does a review for the June test, I would take it then. Are you in AP eng lit now? if not you might not want to take that test. Math is probably one of the easier ones to take, so I would take that in May.</p>

<p>I'm really set on taking SAT I in June, that's the problem :/
I'm not in AP Lit right now, I'm in AP Lang.
So it looks like I should probs take Math? What review book would be best?</p>

<p>If you've got a natural aptitude for reading comprehension, take Lit. A good Lit score seems to stand out because so many people seem to take it thinking its an "easy humanities one" and drive the curve up.</p>

<p>I can't take Lit the same time as Spanish w/listening, can I? [In November, I believe]</p>