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Mycoalwin
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Hey guys. I'm starting to make final decisions about which AP physics I should take next year. I would like to take C more than B. However, the main factor in my decision is the difficulty of the calculations for C. I will be taking AP calculus AB with a possibility of a tutor for Ap calculus Bc next year though. As of now, I'm in algebra 2 honors. If I may say so myself, I'm a very decent student in math and I learn quite fast. What do you guys think is the best option? Thanks in advanced.

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## Replies to: Ap physics C without calculus knowledge?

47Junior Member336Member4,276Senior Member410Member47Junior Member336MemberQuandry, you're saying that AB knowledge is enough fo physics C?

4,673Senior Memberbesides, taking physics will help you with math.

93Junior Member