Workload of these AP classes per day

<p>AP Chemistry
AP US History
AP Language and Composition</p>

<p>I get back home at around 6-7, so how much studying is needed per day to maintain an A in every one of those classes?</p>

<p>depends on the teacher.</p>

<p>okay but typically?</p>

<p>APUSH is typically lots of work. Chem and English really vary, could be very little, or could be a ton...</p>

<p>For AP Chem, and we were assigned an hour's worth of homework a night. I was good at chemistry, so it really took me only half an hour. I know a girl who really struggled and said that it would take her long over an hour some nights. The only nights we didn't receive homework were the nights before a test; we were expected to study for an hour in those cases.</p>

<p>For APUSH, we were <em>supposed</em> to read a chapter or two for each unit, but no one ever did in my class, haha. I usually read from the test prep instead. My teacher also gave us a list of important terms/people and made us do flashcards for them. Occasionally he would assign a take-home DBQ or FRQ, which was basically a paper. He always told us not to spend much more than an hour on them, though, because he wanted us to practice the time contraints a little.</p>

<p>I haven't taken AP Lang, so I can't help you there. Sorry. :(</p>

<p>Since we're on this topic, how about Bio, Euro, and U.S. government?</p>

<p>^My US Gov class involved little to no homework. I think we had one paper the entire year, and it was just writing about what political party you felt you fell under and why. Our class grade was almost entirely based on our tests, so most of the work for that class was just studying.</p>

<p>My AP Euro teacher assigned giant (I mean giant) packets of work to be typed up every 2 to 3 weeks. It was a pain in the ass trying to BS them, since they were of little help of use when it came to learning history. I spent easily the most time on AP Euro homework, mostly because I would do a little bit and then go onto Facebook or CC since I was that uninterested.</p>

<p>I doubt most teachers would assign this kind of busy work, though.</p>