Hi all, I have a question for anyone who has taken 1st year Physics or Math. I am finishing off some high school courses right now, and I plan to go into the Kinesiology major program when I am done. The requirements for this course are: Mathematics 11 English 11 Social Studies 11 A Science 11 A Language 11 English 12 Mathematics 12 Two other approved grade 12 courses (one of which must be Physics, Biology, Chemistry or Geology) Now, here is what I plan to take: Mathematics 11 English 11 Social Studies 11 French 11 Chemistry 11 Physics 11 English 12 Mathematics 12 Biology 12 French 12 As you can see, i'm already taking one more course then required with this (Physics 11). Anyways, my question is as follows. Do you think that having only grade 11 physics/chemistry would be sufficiant for me to do 1st year physics and chemistry? The problem is, if I need to take Physics 12 and Chemistry 12, not only will that mean I won't be able to make the Spring 2005 admittance, but it also means I will need to pay like $400 a course since I will have already graduated (right now the gov pays)... plus it's a lot of work, and i'd like to get into university as soon as I can, instead of wasting time on high school. I also think it's stupid how I need to take English 11 and Social Studies (which I haven't taken yet). I already have taken English 12, which I recieved a 91% in. Do you think if I talked to whoever I need to talk to at the school, they could give me permission to replace English 11 and Social Studies 11 with Physics 12 and Chemistry 12? It seems to me like that would benefit me much more than social studies and english 11. Anyways could use some suggestions on what would be the best way for me to go about this whole thing, without me having to complete a whole 52 credits of fricken high school.