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Okay so AP Calc test is this Wednesday, and I am freaking out, not because of the test but because of what classes I am going to take next year. I was doing quite well in the class till about the end of third quarter due to a surgery that kept me out for a week and the onset of senioritis. I am getting my 3rd quarter grade soon because I had some extra time to make up the work but my grades for AP Calc AB are probably gonna look like A,A,A-/B+,A-/B+ so I didn't do entirely bad in the class but I know I would be lucky to get a 3 on the exam. I also feel like I didn't retain/forgot somethings earlier in the year.
So my real over all question is would it be a bad thing to just start all over at Calc 1 at WPI? or push it a little and start out at Calc 2? Or take the giant leep and just try and get into Calc 3? I mean some kids havent even taken calc so its not like I would be the only one in the class, and I really don't have any classes I am looking to take by skipping the calc classes.
P.S. I am gonna be an Electrical & Computer Engineer with a Minor in Entrepreneurship