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So how do students usually do as they go from one to the other? Is there a pattern such as grades lowering as the difficulty becomes higher? (if calc 2 is harder than 1 at a school, and somebody who's studying their balls off got a B in 1... is there any chance of them getting an A in calc 2?)
I'm wondering because I think I may be destined for a B (calc 1) after this last test (they told us it was going to be "****ing" hard, and it was...), but I feel like I still understand the material at a good level... the test was just really complicated and long for the time that they gave us.
I was seriously considering computer science for a major, but I don't want a crap gpa because of math classes...