Does the number of AP classes you take matter more than what years you take them in?Answered
I have noticed that the format in which my class schedule plan is set at the moment, a majority of my ap classes will be taken in my senior year, which is during the admissions period. I will have taken 8 - 9 AP classes in my entire high school career and of those classes, 5 will be taken senior year (1 math, 1 spanish, 1 computer science, and 2 history - the history classes are semester-long courses). Just for reference, I plan to go to apply for an aerospace engineering major.
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Hey! It doesn't matter what year you take certain AP classes. What matters most is your AP scores and the grades you got in those classes. You're on the right track in terms of the APs you selected like math and computer science. Also if your schools offers honors classes try taking a few (this is just a suggestion).
No, I don’t believe it matters, what’s more important is how well you do in them!
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