One C in AP Calculus AB and I'm stressing out

<p>I am a senior and Enloe High School. My school has some of the hardest teachers around.
I am of Indian descent.
My unweighted GPA is a 3.77
My weighted GPA is a 4.68
My school also has a scale that gives APs 6 points and Honors 5 and Standard 4: 5.13</p>

<p>I'm not the greatest at math. So here are my grades till now.</p>

<p>Freshmen year
Biology (Honors)~A
Spanish 3 (Honors)~B
English 1 (Honors)~A
Civics & Economics (Honors)~A
Chemistry (Honors)~A
Pre-Calculus (Honors)~B
Healthful Living (Mandatory to Graduate and it's standard)~A</p>

<p>Sophomore year
AP Calculus AB~C
AP Calculus BC~A
AP Environmental Science~A
Spanish 4 (Honors)~B
Anatomy & Physiology (Honors)~A
Medical Science 1 (Standard)~A
English 2 (Honors)~A
AP World History~A</p>

<p>Junior Year
Calculus 3~A
Differential Equations~A
AP US History~A
AP Chemistry~A
AP Physics C~A
Medical Science 2 (Honors)~A
AP English Language and Composition~A</p>

<p>Senior Year (Semester Grades)
AP Statistics~A
AP Biology~A
AP English Literature and Composition~A
AP European History~A
Advanced Health Studies (Honors)~A
Higher Level Physics (college professor is brought in)~A</p>

<p>I took the SAT twice and my highest score was a 2300
My highest ACT score was a 34 (might take it again)
I got all 5s on my AP exams except on AP Language (I got a 4)</p>

<p>All that I am worried about is my C in Calculus AB and how it will affect my application.
I applied to Boston College, Georgetown, Boston University 7-year medical program and a few others.</p>

<p>You are “not the greatest at math” but you took calculus BC as a sophomore in high school (three grade levels ahead) and got an A?</p>

<p>I think the fact that you took AB and BC concurrently and got an A in BC will greatly lessen the effect of the C in AB.</p>

<p>How did you get an A I’m bc but a c in ab</p>

<p>bc was easier and my teacher is the hardest math teacher in the school. i took ab first semester and bc second semester and second semester was full of easy ap practice exams</p>

<p>I wouldnt worry about it, the rigor of your schedule balances its out. If you were applying to Brown PLME it would be a different story.</p>

<p>do you know what my chances are at drexel 8 year med program or boston university 7 year med program or the hpme at northwestern?</p>

<p>and my chances with brown plme?</p>