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Taking AP CompSci Prin. in my Junior year and AP CompSci A in my senior year; is this enough to have a 2nd major in CS?

As a high school sophomore (whose schedule can still be changed), I plan on taking 5 APs next year so far: AP Psychology, AP Comp Sci Principles, AP AB Calc, AP Lang, AP Seminar, and an advanced (not AP) anatomy and physiology class. I plan on majoring in Biology or Neurobiology with a possible 2nd major in comp sci as I've been gradually gaining a higher interest in that class, but I also very much delve into research and general writing. In my senior year, I (so far) plan to take AP Comp Sci A (Java), AP Statistics, AP Biology, and AP Research.

Would taking these classes aswell as AP Comp Sci Principles as a Junior and AP Comp Sci A as a Senior be enough for me to get accepted as a neurobiology (or general biology) and computer science double major?

Thank you!

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