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Retake Calculus from online CC?

HilloHillo Registered User Posts: 169 Junior Member
I've gotten B's on both Calculus I and II from an online community college.

I'm considering retaking them because I will be majoring in engineering at Texas A&M (which accepts credit for the online classes).

Should I take Calculus III from this online CC too?
Or should I just stop and retake both of those classes at Texas A&M?
If I retake them, could I take them in the same semester?

I also have another question - if I did both dual enrollment AND the AP Exam, must I include the grade for the dual enrollment class when calculating my GPR for Upper Level?

By the way, the dual enrollment classes say "No Transfer Course Equivalency Available" according to https://compass-ssb.tamu.edu/pls/PROD/bwxkwtes.P_TransEquivMain

Last question - I took Organic Chemistry I that apparently has "No Transfer Course Equivalency Available" as well.
Does that mean I must retake it for BMEN?
If so, could I sign up for Ochem I and Biochemistry I in the same semester?

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