Math class senior year?
I am a senior in high school currently taking Psychology (Dual Enrollment), AP English, and AP World History. My plan for next semester was to take Sociology as well as Spanish VI at a local college. Because I am majoring in International Relations/Studies and had completed Pre Calc junior year, I didn't think I necessarily needed to continue with Calc. However, both Madison and Ohio State (my top colleges of choice) show that most of their admitted students took 4 years of math even though 3 (up to Pre-Calc) is what they require. Will it hurt my admission chances if I decide not to take Calc senior year? Or is it okay as long as I compensate with other challenging courses? For reference, I have taken 5 years worth of English, Spanish, and Social Studies courses, so I am above the requirement in these subject areas. I'm trying to figure out whether it would be worth it to drop either Sociology or Spanish VI in favor of Calc. Any advice is appreciated!3 replies