Recently, I've been switching around my courses, for I"m not really sure what I want to take. In 9th Grade, Going to 10th next year. I want to Major in Engineering in College (Electrical, maybe Aeronautical), so Ive been checking out some colleges. However, the "recommended courses" on some of these colleges (MIT, Berkeley, etc.) ask that you take One year of Biology, Chemistry and Physics. However, I was planning on taking 2 years of AP Physics (B+C) and then some other courses.
My High School Math and Science Currently Look as so
9th: Alg 2 (H), No Science
10th: Precalc/Calc A, AP Physics B
11: Calc BC, AP Physics C
12L Calc D, AP Stats, Intro to Robotics/Engineering
Is that ok? Before I wanted to major in Engineering, my courses looked like
Same Math Courses, but Science:
9th: No Science
10th: AP Biology
11: AP Chemistry
12: AP Physics C
Which one do you guys think is better, especially if I"m gunning for an Engineering Major? I don't want to take courses in science that won't benefit me in the future. But I also don't want to lower my chances because I was being stupid.