I am again experiencing some issues and would appreciate your help tremendously!
Harboring a proclivity for the sciences I would like to consider MIT within my realm of possibilities when time comes to apply to College, but after taking AP Biology in Freshman year instead of the standard Chemistry I am scrambling to reach a Junior year AP Physics course. I feel that not taking my first AP Physics test by 11Th grade may considerably hurt the chances of me being accepted into MIT.
Sophomore year I will be taking Honors Chemistry and AP Environmental, which leaves AP Chem, AP Calc, and AP Physics (if so I decide) for Junior year, along with a few others. The prospect of such a heavy schedule is very daunting so I would like to know if my assumption concerning MIT harshness is correct.
Also, I could opt for an Honors Physics course on-line this year to prepare for the AP version, but this again would pile on the stress, so based on your experience, is high-school level Physics vital to success in AP Physics? Jumping straight to AP Physics would probably not be impossible within my school seeing as they are pretty lax about restrictions, but my main concern is whether my AP grade/score would suffer.
AP Bitter-Sweet Lovin':p