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I'm currently in the process of deciding whether or not I should take certain AP tests this May. I took AP Art History and the US History test last year, and scored 5's on both. This year, I can take AP Euro, AP US Gov, and AP Calc. From what I've read, the AP Euro and USH test get me out of the same courses, so it's not worth it to take the Euro test this year. Is this perception accurate?
Also, in terms of any math requirements, I'll make it clear that I HATE CALCULUS. I want to avoid this test as much as possible, but it would be silly to avoid it and end up having more difficulty in college courses. Is it possible to fulfill all distribution requirements without taking a single calc class at Williams?