What should I do?

<p>I am thinking about what sciences I will take next year and for years to come.
I'm just finishing honors chem this year (I had an A+ average each quarter).
Here are a few options:</p>

<p>Next year double up with AP Chem and Physics Honors.. And do something else senior year
Next year AP chem and senior year Physics Honors
Next year Physics Honors and senior year AP Physics</p>

<p>The first option is a little intimidating because I'm unsure if I will be able to handle all the homework that comes along with it.. AP Chem in my school is known to be very difficult, only 6 people are taking it this year.</p>

<p>Just do AP chem next year and do AP Physics your senior year. Physics honors and AP Physics B overlap a lot and it's basically the same stuff.</p>

<p>^Agreed. 10char</p>

<p>Any other opinions? Won't it be hard to go right into AP physics without any prior knowledge?</p>

<p>^ Going into AP Physics without any prior knowledge is the same as going into Physics Honors without prior knowledge. It will be touch because physics is a lot more problem solving and a lot less rote memorization than the other sciences, but you can definitely manage it.</p>

<p>^^That's what I'm doing. Going into AP Physics with only AP Chem and AP Bio on my back ;) hope it goes well.</p>