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so i figured there was a way for high school students to take summer classes over the summer. I'm just wondering if there is any difference between taking a class at local college( like univ. of Maryland) and taking it at community college. What's better? I know for a fact that it's much cheaper at local cc, but i'm aware of the fact that it's less competitive than that of CP's. The year is ending(2 weeks left) and i have to decide quickly. I have credit problems due to my postion as a transferred student, so i wanna free one spot in my schedule next year by getting one credit over this summer. well, my questions are:
1) Would you recommend taking a summer class over the summer at local cc or state school?
2) How is the competitiveness compared to the AP classes offered by my high school (pretty good public school)?
3) Which of the following subject would you recommend to take? Bio AP, Physics Ap, Chem Ap.