My first thought is, How is taking AP1 and AP2 at the same time even possible? AP2 BUILDS on the foundational knowledge of AP1, at least when I took it, it did. However, if your school is allowing this (odd, but whatever), be prepared to devote all of your time to studying, and I do mean ALL of your time. I spent 3-4 hours a night studying for each class (done one at a time), so that may give you a reference of how hard they are. Of course you may not need that much time to study, each person is different. When I took my AP classes, it wasn't just that the class material was overwhelming,(which it was) but that in lab, we didn't have multiple choice questions.......you either knew it or you didn't (and spelling
counted....so if even one letter was out of place it was wrong). I submit my experience as just one of many, I'm sure other classes at different schools may be different. Personally I'd go with your second option of AP1, stats, and speech (but that's just me). Good luck with your descison and I hope you do well with whichever path you take.