Absolutely. Take AP Physics (mechanics AND electricity and magnetism if you can) and Calculus BC. AP Chemistry is probably unnecessary depending on what branch you are considering.
I'd recommend taking the most advanced courses you can for several reasons. I was able to begin university with sophomore standing because I had accumulated college credit for passing the AP tests, allowing me to have earlier picks in registering for classes (no 8 AM lectures for me, thanks). It meant I didn't have to take the prerequisites that everyone else did, leaving the opportunity for one fewer class in my schedule or to add a minor course of study.
NO, GOD WILL HATE YOU, IT'LL MAKE YOU WORSHIP THE DEVIL! YOU'LL NEVER GET A GIRLFRIEND!
I just graduated last May and my brother is an engeener for Caterpiller! An AP Phyiscs would look beautiful on an application for colleges and for your future job! If you really like it then go for it, you might find that its easy!
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