<p>Umm, I don't think you can do diffy equations right after Calc BC - you also need multivariable calculus. Oh, and Stanford EPGY is great - if I missed anything from going to college early, I would miss the opportunity to take Stanford EPGY (and one more residential summer program).</p>

<p>Currently, I am taking IB Calculus, the equivalent of AP Calculus AB and am self-studying for the Calculus BC exam. However, I may have to retake single-variable calculus + linear algebra at the UW next year because it's suggested that people who already took calculus (and who got a 4/5 on the AP exam) take the honors course combining the two.</p>

<p>I do not know how difficult it will be to negotiate with the administration (or more accurately put, bureaucracy) of a large public research university over replacing the university's own honors courses with external courses from another institution (I will see how that goes when I negotiate with the administration come next September). Furthermore, mathematicians are against going too far in math without exploring math in greater depth. </p>

<p>A good article on this phenomena:</p>

<p><a href="http://maa.org/features/faceofcalculus.html%5B/url%5D">http://maa.org/features/faceofcalculus.html</a></p>

<p>I'm not extremely into science either - if I won the lottery, I'd probably play computer games all day, and sleep for the rest of it.</p>

<p>If you would like to see how things go for me, e-mail me at <a href="mailto:simfish@gmail.com">simfish@gmail.com</a></p>