I guess I wasn't very clear with what I wanted from this thread. Haha, especially the title qq
Anyways, what I really wanted was just advice, so thank you.
Oberlin sounds like a cool place, although I shy away from going to somewhere that landlocked. Living along a coastal area really makes me not want to leave shores. Running on beaches is really great
I've taken a look at other schools:
Lake Forest College
Hampshire College (this is pretty cool, cross registering with others in Amherst area)
So, what would colleges think about taking a class outside of school (i.e. AB Calc)? I really do not think, and this is quite honestly, that I don't understand the concepts.
I think that's the only way to go right now. The reason I'm worrying about math, especially Calc, is because I'm really interested in neuroscience. And like all of the sciences need Calc, except maybe like Human Bio.
But other than the crappy Calc situation, am I going in the right direction?
Also, suggest more places please?
Things I want in college: Professors who actually know you, residential college system, quirky (as in, I don't really fit in with the "normal" people), in states bordering the coastline and have DII or DIII track and field.