<p>I'm interested mainly in the social sciences and have had some trouble in math - though still earning A's (lots of studying). Anyhow, I've technically had 5 years of high school math because I'm taking two math classes this year: AP stats and pre-calc/trig honors. I've ended up really liking statistics. Anyhow, I'm not sure how AP calc would go for me next year as I have other APs that I want to take and don't want to have another giant workload and am not sure I would do that well anyways. My father suggests dropping math or at least doing a regular course; however, I want to apply to top schools and think this would look bad when applying, but I also don't know if I want to dedicate so much time this coming year to math. I could do business calc, regular calc, or AP calc. Any suggestions?</p>
<p>do calc bc over summer. do linear alg next year instead.</p>
do calc bc over summer.
<p>is this even possible? if so, it's gonna be really fast-paced!</p>