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Should I take Pre-Calculus Honors or AP Statistics?

hehehihehehi 0 replies1 threads New Member
In two years I'll be a sophomore but I don't know which math class to take. I'm double-advanced in math and I have always been but I don't know if I should take Pre-Calculus Honors or AP Statistics. I can be a bit of a slow learner but I study a lot. I won't have much time to study though because I'll be 2 taking two other AP classes and an honors class. Which class should I take, Pre-Calculus Honors or AP Statistics?
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  • ucbalumnusucbalumnus 83881 replies744 threads Senior Member
    Consider AP statistics to be an elective you can take any time after algebra 2 (or integrated math 3).

    To keep options open for both college admission and math requirements in college, it is best to complete at least through precalculus, and take calculus if you complete precalculus in 11th grade or earlier.
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