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Precal Vs. Trig.

shazzastarshazzastar Registered User Posts: 5 New Member
Okay, so senior year here guys, and I just switched high schools because of this veterinary technology program at my new high school. However, at my old school, I was signed up to take Precal but now however, they have dropped me to Trig and it just makes me mad. I have the option of still doing the vet tech thing at my school, and then going back to my home school for Precal and the rest of my classes. I really don't think I should take Trig because I find it way too easy and I just wish I wasn't so stupid in math because I take AP's in everything else but math. :( and I think it looks bad for colleges if I took Trig.

What should I do? Stick with Trig, or take Precal? If I should take Precal, do you think I should do it over the summer at a community college or something?

By the way, my old high school doesn't combine Trig and Precal, neither does my new one. Alegbra II was a totally different subject from Trig.
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