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I'm planning to take either Linear Algebra or Calculus II at the community college for the summer. The prerequisite for both is Calculus I, but it is advised that I take Calculus III before or concurrently with Linear Algebra. I am having a hard time deciding. I want to take Calculus II to further my understanding in Calculus, but it would seem like a waste of time since I am currently self-studying for this year's Calculus BC exam. However, I want to take Linear Algebra since it would be useful for my science major and it'll be interesting to learn, but I am worrying about the difficulty since I do not have any knowledge of Calculus III.