I've heard that admissions likes AP Chemistry and AP physics and I believe they recommend at least 1 year of it.
When planning your high school curriculum, you should keep the following suggestions in mind:
- 4 years of Math: Algebra I/II, Geometry, and Trigonometry (at a minimum) and Pre-Calculus or Calculus if offered.
- 4 years of English
- 2 years of a Foreign Language
- 1 year each of Chemistry and Physics (with a lab if available)
- 1 year of US History and 1 year of World or European History
- Computer instruction is very helpful
- We recommend Honors, Advanced Placement, and International Baccalaureate courses if offered.
At my school Physics is very tough and most people end up with C's and B's. I'm not sure if I should take it
I'm taking AP Chemistry this year and took regular chemistry my sophomore year. I'm currently choosing my classes for my senior year. At my school Physics is very tough and most people end up with C's and B's. I'm not sure if I should take it