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What should I do in high school to prepare for taking a physics major?
What would be all the courses that are best to take from freshman to senior year if I'm planning on majoring in physics. My school only offers AP Physics 1 and C: mechanics, but if any other variation is necessary, I can try request it in the future.
I am planning on hopefully going to a rather selective university in the future. What math and science courses should I take, year by year? The available math courses are: Algebra 2, precalculus, precalculus honors, Calculus, AP statistics, AP Calculus AB, AP Calculus BC and multivariable Calculus. Currently in freshmen year, I'm taking algebra 2 and physics 101. They don't allow us to take higher levels of physics yet. Seperately at home though, I'm taking an 8 month AP Physics 1 course.
What should my plan be, regarding courses I take in school, and seperate work at home?
Thanks in advance.