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When I go to college, I plan on majoring in Economics and double minoring in Philosophy and Environmental Studies. I'm planning on taking AP Statistics in 11th grade and AP Calculus BC in 12th grade. However, I am eligible to take AP Calculus BC in 11th grade and Multivariable Calculus in 12th grade.
So which route should I take? I can probably pull out a total of 4.0 GPA with the AP Stat/Calc combo, but if I take AP Calc/Mult combo, I'd pull out with a 3.8 GPA at best. If I plan on majoring in Economics, do I need that deep of a math concentration? Also, the schools I'm looking into are Stanford (epic reach), Georgetown, and U of S Cali. Thanks in advance!