How Do "College Level" Classes Affect MIT Admittance Chances?
I am currently a sophomore enrolled in Calc 3/Linear Algebra. I am very much so a fan of math; however, I am not so much pleasured by contest style math (one reason, though not the only, being my having a relatively slow processing speed, and thus rarely being able to do well time-wise.
My question is: Does taking "college level" math in high school raise chances of MIT admittance?
Throughout middle school I received grades on the interval [A-, A+]. In high school, I have managed to shorten this interval to [A+, A+]. I received a 5 on the 2012 AP Calc BC Exam. I do not know what future math classes I will take.
I am interested in majoring in one or two of the following (in order with an error
bound of 1):
1. Computer Science
5. Writing (Specifically satire, if that is close to remotely possible.)