AP credit as an engineer

<p>Hello all. I am an incoming freshman open-options engineer and received 4's on the physics and calculus ab ap tests. I was wondering whether i should accept the credits and move on to physics 2 and calc 2, or cancel these credits to avoid getting an unbearable workload. If anyone with experience in these classes could give me advice as to what to do, i'd really appreciate it.</p>

<p>Take the credit. You don't have to take both physics and calc first semester if you don't want to.</p>

<p>So you're saying i can take calc 2 first semester and physics 2 second semester? but aren't they full year courses?</p>

<p>nope both are only one semester each.</p>

<p>I received credit for those tests and I feel the same way. But I took the credit and will take those courses this fall. Just gotta work hard!</p>