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Hey guys, I'm currently a rising senior planning to apply to college in an engineering field. However, I have no background in Physics yet.
My school does not offer any AP physics course, but it does offer an honors physics course that I will be taking this year. So I've decided to self-study one of the AP physics; I self-studied AP Chemistry and know I got at least a 4 on the exam so I think I'll be able to keep up with an AP physics.
The question is, though, which one should I study? I have heard that one of the AP physics C is the best prep for engineering, but will it be too difficult with no prior physics knowlege? I also have yet to learn Calculus but I will be taking BC next year.
I plan to start studying over summer, but will Physics C simply be too difficult? I'm willing to put in the work necessary
Thanks for any advice :)