I'm meeting with my counselor tomorrow about my senior year schedule, and as of now, I am in line to take 5 AP courses. They include: Spanish, Gov, Calc AB, Physics (the non-Calculus based one, my school doesn't have the Calculus-based one), and Chemistry. I have taken Chemistry already (around a 92, 93 for the year) and I took my physics final today (probably will have near a 94, 95 for the year depending on what I get on the final). My question is: is 5 APs too much? I want to make myself the best possible candidate, but I also don't want to completely overload myself with work. I am willing to take 5. I just want to know if it is necessary (I understand nobody can say "yes" or "no" with complete authority. I just want personal opinions as to whether I need it or not). If I were to drop one, it would most likely be Chem. Thanks for reading this far if you have! All answers are appreciated.