Who thinks they have the hardest Schedule next year?

<p>What is your schedule for next year?</p>

<p>I'll start off.</p>

<p>Business /mang
AP US History
AP Art History
AP Western Civ.
AP Stat
AP English Lit.
German III honors</p>

<p>I think I might have the easiest schedule on cc:
College/AP English Lit.
AP Euro History
Honors Gov./Economics
AP Calc.
Human Health and Disease
Christian Services (b/c there is a requirement to take a religion course in my HS, it's a community service thing)
and the required PE</p>

<p>I might have easier:</p>

<p>Honors English XI
AP Art History
(maybe AP) US History
Alg II/Trig
French 4/5
CAD for drama
Performance management</p>

<p>I am taking
AP Bio
AP Latin
AP Lit
AP Phsy
AP Euro
Pre Calc</p>

<p>IB English HL
IB History of Americas HL
IB Chemistry HL
IB Spanish SL
AP Calculus BC
Theory of Knowledge
AP Computer Science AB
Math Team</p>

<p>i feel confident, but my friends say that i'm digging my own grave..</p>

<p>AP Lit/Comp
AP Stat or maybe AP Calc BC
AP Music Theory
AP Environmental Science
AP Econ
Personal Fitness

<p>I'm taking:
AP Gov/Econ
AP Stats
AP Art History
AP Literature
AP Environmental Science
Badminton (hahaa)</p>

<p>Shahein, Theory of Knowledge sounds like a very interesting class to take; I'm envious (since my school doesn't have such interesting classes).</p>

<p>(I'm sorry to be ignorant, but what does IB stand for? Is it like an AP class?)</p>

<p>IB - International Baccalaureate - is essentially AP based in Switzerland. Unlike AP, IB diploma candidates are required to take 6 IB classes per year: 3 at Higher Level (2 year class) and 3 at standard level (1 year class). </p>

<p>On class difficulty, they compare roughly equivalent with AP Classes curriculum-wise. Of course, both AP and IB classes vary immensely with the teacher. AP US History at my school is far more difficult than IB History of the Americas. But IB English HL is more difficult than AP English.</p>

<p>More info at <a href="http://www.ibo.org%5B/url%5D"&gt;www.ibo.org&lt;/a&gt;&lt;/p>

<p>Wow, this is actually like a warped bragging thread, but I'll partake:</p>

<p>AP Psychology
AP Government/AP Economics (one class, one semester per)
AP Statistics
AP Spanish
AP Literature
AP Biology</p>

<p>I've got the toughest senior year schedule on this board so far:</p>

<p>Parenting Education/Health Education (NY Requirements)
Wind Ensemble/Phys Ed
AP Art History
AP Music Theory
AP Calculus AB
AP Physics C
AP English (May take Philosophy I/II instead)
Project Advance Economics/Project Advance Participation In Government</p>

<p>I think many a person would argue that position Danhak...</p>

<p>Symphonic Band
AP Bio
AP Spanish
AP English
AP Stat
AP Gov (Comparative)
2 college math classes at Cal (hopefully Analysis and Abstract Algebra)</p>

<p>I win. :)</p>

<p>Gee, I'm reading all these posts with my mouth hanging open. My school has this super-strict, no exception rule: you can only take THREE AP classes a year.<br>
Also, no one lower than a junior can take an AP class. That means that the maximum is 3 APs junior year and 3 APs senior year. Some of you are taking that many (or more) in one year! I'm getting the sinking feeling that my school is putting us at a distinct disadvantage when it comes to application time!!</p>

<p>coldcomfort--Don't worry, I think that you are actually in a very good position. Your counselor will note on your transcript (or you can mention) your school's strict AP policy. Colleges will just be looking to see that you took advantage of all of your opportunities. They cannot penalize you if your school does not allow more APs. In the meantime, you aren't stuck with a crazy, suicidal schedule.</p>

<p>I'm gonna be a SENIOR!!! next yr so i'm just gonna take it easy:
AP Calc AB
AP Gov/Econ
AP Lit
AP Spanish 5
Jazz Band
Symphonic Band</p>

<p>haha.. i dont feel so bad about taking 5 APs anymore.. (only 5 out of 600 people are taking 5 AP classes in one year)</p>

<p>AP Stats
AP Spanish
AP Bio
AP Eng
AP Govt/Econ</p>

<p>plus two hours of swimming each day!</p>

<p>theres this kid on the board w/ 12 APs...vtran or something.</p>

<p>I'm a senior now and take
AP Lit
AP Calc AB
AP Psych
AP Spanish
AP Econ
AP Chem
Honors Philosophy</p>

<p>I have a to of extracurriculars. It's doable. I know the caliber of kids on CC. You can do it, don't worry.</p>

<p>Yeah, there was a kid at my school who graduated last year who took 7 AP tests as a junior, then 12 as a senior. He score really well on them too, was State AP Scholar, National AP Scholar, and a bunch of other stuff...</p>

<p>Here's my schedule, I don't think it's that bad</p>

<p>AP Statistics
AP English Literature
AP Government/AP Comparative Government (same class)
AP Microeconomics/AP Macroeconomics (same class)
AP Biology
AP Chemistry
AP Spanish 4.0
Advanced Debate</p>