Whether you want to graduate early from college or apply to the Ivy leagues, AP classes offer many benefits for college students.
AP classes are also academically demanding, which looks great on college applications and can make you stand out to admissions officers.
Still, AP courses require a significant time investment, and the number of AP classes you take will depend on your ability to manage a heavy workload. This leaves many high school students asking the question, “How many AP classes should I take?”
Here's how to create a balanced course load that's challenging, but manageable.