So I recently found out that I want to major in engineering and to get into practically every engineering school and/or the engineering program at a regular school, you need to have taken physics. I wasn't aware of this or even what I wanted to major in when I scheduled my classes. Now that I got my schedule I realize that the only way I could take physics would be to drop ap psych. Then I would only be taking ap bio and ap economics. That doesn't seem like enough for most schools though. I'm looking at colleges like Case Western, NCSU, Miami University, Drexel, Carnegie Mellon, TCNJ etc. Idk what to do. I mean maybe I could self study ap psych or another class that peaks my interest or take it at a local college. Can anyone that has done say what class and how easy or hard it was? And would colleges consider it the same as taking the ap class? That would probably be a huge workload for me (probably a joke for most of CC) but I'm very slow. Also I could take ap physics instead of ap psych but it scares the heck out of me. Ik I'll have to deal with it in college but I don't want to worry about it now.