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Next year Math course dilemma- Help me :)

Kelly2017Kelly2017 Registered User Posts: 10 New Member
I am junior who just took calculus AB yesterday. I feel pretty good about it.
My school doesn't offer any math course beyond Calculus AB, but I really want to learn more about Calculus.
I was thinking about self-studying Calculus BC whole year my senior year, but my math teacher said there are only few topics to cover calculus BC. If there are not many topics to cover I rather take community college calculus course as dual enrollment. I don't know it will be possible. Here are the choices of my dilemma and tell me which you would do with reason thank you..

1.Self studying Calculus bc
- I will not be in class, so it will be hard to keep in track or understand concepts
-Also sounds like there are not much to cover
2.Dual enrollment
-It would be challenging
- Low possibility, because of schedule and not having car
3. Taking AP Stat.
-Teacher never taught before
-high possibility that I will be the only student
4.internet course
- I don't know what course or website to use for studying beyond calculus AB
- I am not sure that my school will give credit for the internet course

Replies to: Next year Math course dilemma- Help me :)

  • ObitoSigmaObitoSigma Registered User Posts: 304 Member
    If you do well on AP Calculus AB, then you self-study BC while taking DE or AP Stats. Trust me; if you get a 5 on AP Calculus AB and did not struggle, then you could get a 5 on BC without much effort.
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