Which APs to self study?

<p>Hi there,</p>

<p>I am about to start my junior year of HS and am considering self-studying for one or more AP exams. I've already taken the Human Geog course & exam, and am scheduled to take the English Lang, English Lit, US History, Biology, Calc BC, Economics, Psychology and Spanish AP courses and presumably the exams over the next 2 years in HS.</p>

<p>I feel comfortable with the idea of self-study, and I'm just wondering if anyone has any reccomendations as far as which courses to undertake on my own. It doesn't necessarily matter to me which subject the courses involve, as long as I'm able to score a 4 or 5 in the end. I was thinking about Computer Science AB and/or Statistics. Good idea? Bad idea? Different ideas? </p>

<p>I'd appreciate your comments - thanks!</p>


<p>if you've taken Biology you should take the environmental science one too</p>


<p>Chem and Physics B</p>

<p>Enviro Sci and Art History, check em out.</p>

<p>@ netking...aren't those like the 2 most difficult AP exams?</p>

<p>psych and the histories. for the histories:</p>

<p>Amazon.com:</a> Modern European History (0639785401056): Birdsall Viault: Books</p>

<p>Amazon.com:</a> United States History: Preparing for the Advanced Placement…</p>

<p>I self-studied for environmental as a sophomore last year.. really recommend it. Psychology sounds interesting too! (though I haven't done that one)</p>

<p>CHEM is too simple..A bit more than SAT2</p>

<p>at least phys B is easier than C uh?</p>

<p>Agreed, the ap exam for chem is quite easy and I would say comp sci (I am also self studying this) looks easy and stat is easy (already taken).</p>