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I am a sophomore in high school who is very interested in math. I have always gotten good grades in math; I am currently in honors precalculus with a 99.6 percent, however I find this class to be exceptionally easy as I am already familiar with the subject matter from algebra 2. My concern is that I am not doing enough to prepare myself for college or have not done enough to be admitted by a good college. Unfortunately, I have done nothing outside of taking high school math courses. I am not a part of my schools math team or any extracurricular activities at the moment, although I do plan to join the math team and the national honors society next year. I don't know for sure what exact field of study I want to enter, but I am interested in majoring in math. My question is what advice or recommendations do you have for a student such as myself.

I have also read on this website about a general disapproval of high school level math courses and about books that may broaden my understanding of courses I have already taken like geometry and algebra. If anyone could recommend any such books that I may find useful or necessary to prepare for college, I would greatly appreciate that as well.

Thanks Alot :)