I am picking classes for my senior year right now, and I originally planned on taking AP Chemistry, AP Physics C Mechanics , and AP Physics Electricity and Magnetism, along with AP Calc and AP Comparative Government(I need a Social Studies class) and English (regular). (Oh and btw, I won't be taking all the classes at once, since our school runs on block scheduling and I'd take a Max of 4 classes at any one time. EDIT: Also, Mech is only offered in the 1st semester, and EandM in the 2nd, so there's no chance I'd take them both together.). However, I just realized that I couldn't fit in AP Spanish in my schedule. As a prospective engineering major, Should I sacrifice one of my science APs to take AP Spanish or just don't take Spanish at all senior year. I am in Spanish 4 as a junior, and I do believe that level 4 language meets the college requirements of 4 years of language at most colleges, but I'm not sure just how much colleges would value consistency into level 5 of a language.