MATH 2210-2220, or MATH 1120-2210-2220

<p>I took Calculus BC this year and recieved a score of 5 (and 5 AB sub-score). I had a great teacher and feel that my grounding in Calculus is solid; I recieved a grade that put me in the middle (in terms of distribution) of a bunch of kids going to MIT. I am by no means a "math genius," but I think I am quite good--not sure if I am by Cornell standards though haha. </p>

<p>Anyway, I am looking for advice as to whether I should take MATH 1120/1220 (essentially the second part of BC) or just jump right into the 2210-2220 sequence. </p>

<p>Advice from anyone w/ experience in choosing Math courses at Cornell is welcome!</p>

<p>I took 1120 without taking BC (my school only offered AB) and I didn’t find it awful. Basically, you’ll be learning about various integration methods, arc length, surface area, separable and first-order differential equations, Euler approximation, and sequences and series.</p>

<p>1220 is the honors course designed for folks that are the math major or a mathematics-related field. It’s apparently much more theoretical than 1120.</p>

<p>Thanks for the advice! Anyone know much about going from BC to 2210/2220?</p>