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I agree with @DebaterMAX. In general, as long as you have taken the most challenging courses at your school, you should be fine. I heard that some elite colleges have a part where your guidance counselor would sign to prove that you have taken the most rigorous courses. So it probably won’t affect your chances of admission. However, this might put you at a disadvantage in college. But something you can do is to self-study APs and take the exam. This would make your academic profile look stronger.