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So I have seen something about this from almost a decade ago, but much of the information seems out of date/not applicable to my situation. I have just recently started senior year in high school. Over the summer, I learned Calc 1 online and then taught myself Calc B/C unofficially through Kahn Academy/AP books/other resources. I tested far enough above a 5 on an AP B/C practice test(one that I believe closely models the AP test in terms of rigor) to make myself believe I at least know the vast majority of the material for B/C. I was wondering if anyone knew of any good options to take multivariable calculus that would either allow me to take it straight up, or allow me to take a challenge test/diagnostic test and then take it, as I have no certification that I know Calculus B/C. Also, my high school doesn't offer multivar.9 replies