The College Board just leaked a list of new AP courses in development for the 2012-2013 school year, and we’ve got the inside scoop! Which ones do you think will make the final cut?
AP Human Geology. Students will be given a chance to study rocks that look like people. Special focus will be given to Mount Rushmore. People who look like rocks (e.g. Mickey Rourke) will not be covered.
AP Pig Latin. Examines the complete works of Roman swine poet Ergil-Vay.
AP Calculus CD. Harder than AP Calculus BC. Easier than AP Calculus DE.
AP Calculus DE. Harder than AP Calculus CD. Easier than AP Calculus EF.
AP Dinosaurs. Designed to teach you that college-level courses about dinosaurs are not as cool as you’d think.
AP Lunch. Pretty easy, but not as easy as AP Psych. Nothing is easier than AP Psych.
AP “Regular-sized” Economics. For students who are fed up with the sheer bulkiness of macroeconomics and the scanty nature of microeconomics, it’s good old “regular-sized” economics.
AP Calculus EF. This course is pretty freakin’ hard.
AP BS. Designed to teach you how to answer DBQs (or any essay questions for that matter) in a long, drawn out way that makes it seem like you know what you’re talking about, when in reality you really have no clue and are just looking to fill up space and use words like ‘therefore.’
AP Swimming and Roller Coasters. Please don’t let it be scheduled after AP Lunch.
We'd pretty much sign up for all of these courses, except Calculus EF. Which one would you take?