I guess it depends what you think you're up to. Do you like math, are you good at it? For me, math is pretty easy, and pre-cal was one of the harder math classes I took. Statistics was fairly easy (it seemed in my class, that you either got it, or you didn't) but a lot of work (much writing). Sooooo, you will be busy, but I don't know you, or what you're capable of, so it's up to you to decide what you can handle. Hope that helped you to decide.
yeah because statistics is okay and you can do well in that class if you havetaken algebra 2.
Ummm . wow, you must be awfully smart to even qualify to take all those courses ! I think it depends on how willing and dedicated you are ... I'm sure you could do it if you wanted to, but that's gonna be a LOT of homework! You don't say what year you're in, but is it possible you could put one of those math classes off till the following year? Because Chemistry is VERY math-intensive, too ... I remember that Statistics and Chemistry took up a LOT of my time. Whatever you decide, good luck!
I know people who took AP Chemistry, AP Physics, Post-AP Calculus III, AP U.S. History, Honors English, and Honors Spanish 4, all in one year. It depends on how strong a student you are and how much you're willing to work.
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