<p>I'm pretty much booked for the summer, but I'll be able to fit in one more thing.
I was wondering what would be better...</p>
<p>1) Studying (I'd need to do a lot of studying) for the Chinese SAT2. I'm Chinese, which probably factors into how colleges view this. However, scoring well isn't guaranteed. Also, because of budget cuts, my school won't be able to offer me a 4th year of language (I take Latin), so does this mean that I need to prove that I do know a foreign language well..?</p>
<p>2) Take multivariable calculus (or a class of a similar level such as linear algebra) as an online course. I did BC my sophomore year (I'm now a junior) and now I'm taking AP statistics. I'm worried that the fact that I haven't done actual hardcore math in two years will be an issue with my resume. I'm also more interested in doing this, and there's probably a better chance of me doing well in it.</p>
<p>Obviously, there are pros and cons to both...which would you guys suggest?</p>