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I will say from a macroscopic perspective, there isn't *much* of a difference between different AP courses with regard to specifically how schools will look at schedule rigor (and the system isn't able to take into account how much you accomplished in an individual class, because that's a more subjective measurement). The more important factor is the number of AP courses you have. So to substitute for now, you can enter in a different AP class to give yourself a facsimile.