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## Replies to: High School Class of 2019

800Member533Member37Junior Member223Junior Member533Member37Junior MemberIn regards to Calc, I would have to take Pre calc and trig as pre reqs for the class, because there is no way I will be able to test out of it. You think Pre Calc (along with trig) is a better choice than Pre Calc and Stats? If I end up doing Calc, I will most likely do Physics. That is why I am asking now, so that I can plan myself accordingly to be able to get to Physics. If I do not do Calc, then, obviously, I am not doing Physics UNLESS I take Physics w/ Algebra, which involves College Algebra and Trig as pre reqs.

797MemberThis year's math section was more interesting than I expected! Probably the hardest SAT math I've seen, lol.

I made one painful sign error (rip) but everything else should be gucci.

@idontlike4s @batman0309

@ Class recommendations:

Take something proof-based. It's more fun than high school math classes, and it prepares you way better for college math. For the STEM-inclined I recommend an honors calculus session with an appropriate focus on proofs, and for the humanities-inclined I'd suggest something like an introductory course in graph theory. One of my grad student buddies taught a class like that last semester, and I hear his students (a very diverse mix of humanities majors and STEM peeps) had a ball.

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