Hello. So I'm graduating this year and will be attending university to study physics and math. AP courses my school offers include AP Calculus and AP English. I did Calculus last year, and this year will be taking AP English. My school doesn't offer AP Chemistry, but (I live in British Columbia) our Chemistry 12 curriculum is very close to the AP Chemistry curriculum, so it's been arranged that I'll do the test individually. I particularly want to do AP Chemistry because the degree I'm looking at requires Chemistry 121 (UBC), which can be passed by doing AP Chemistry. This is just for the honor's degree, so I infer it's more of an academic nic-nak than it is important for a physics education. I also dislike chemistry school-work, and I would be repeating a large amount of the curriculum from Chemistry 12 this year already. The other AP course I've wanted to take this year is AP Statistics. My school doesn't offer it but I have planned to take it anyways. However I haven't actually studied statistics previously, and I've hardly begun on the work for studying for the test. I'm just doing the exam, and am studying through various online sources. This is unlike chemistry in which I have already studied most of it in class. Additionally I would probably enjoy a statistics class much more than a chemistry class, personally. The math isn't a concern since I've already done calculus (and a bit more in personal study). Is it really the end of the world if I take an extra class at university? Might it be better for my long term education if I just do my fundamental statistics in class? And plus, given my schedule/work/extra-curricular-activities it would be somewhat stressful to worry about doing another AP course outside of my schedule. Thoughts? Thanks.