How many AP's are you guys taking JR year?
If you're a current junior, which class has been the hardest?
Junior year I’m doing AP environmental science, AP US history, AP calculus AB, and AP lang. I’m not taking the calculus exam and I also decided to not take calc BC. To answer your question, the hardest AP I have junior year is calculus
As someone who's taken all four of those courses (Calc BC instead of AB though), I would consider APUSH and AP Lang to be harder than AP Calc AB; APUSH is generally considered harder by the majority of students and I just really hate English :/
For me, my brain couldn’t deal with calculus because it’s so abstract and complicated (for me). It’s interesting to see how different ppl have their own strengths in school
I'm really excited for my junior year! I'll be taking AP Bio, AP Computer Sci P, AP Lang, and possibly DE US Hist. wbu u guys?
Yeah, I'm excited about it too! I feel like I had more customization in my schedule. I'm taking AP art history, French 3 honors, AP environmental science, AP US history, Integrated 3 enhanced, and AP Lang.
I totally felt the same. Even then, I wish I could take even more classes like AP art history, or AP environmental science. Be sure to enjoy them!
Bummer, but yeah I'm super excited! haven't heard good things about the APES teacher tho which is kind of concerning, but the material is easy so I'm sure I can learn it online.
Definitely seek online resources for AP ES if ur teacher isn’t the best. There is so much interesting info out there - not just in terms of the exam but it’s interesting.
Hello! I'm currently taking AP Bio, AP Lang, AP Stats, AP Chem, AP Calc AB, and APUSH. I would say my most challenging class so far was AP Stats.
I'm also taking Calc, APUSH, and Lang!
I'm a junior in AP Lang, AP Enviro Science, AP Biology, and AP Art History and I have to say either AP Lang or AP Art History has been the hardest, just a lot of work for AP Lang and A LOT of memorization for APAH.
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