I am finishing up a Calc. I course @ columbia university and I'm planning on taking Calc II back @ school (High school - 10th grade). I was wondering if it is possible to take Linear Algebra without having taken courses in Calc. II and Multi-Variable. In Calc I, I've done fairly well, averaging about a 97 and I understand all the topics and theories. My proof skills need some work but aren't god-awful. I just want to know if I'll even have a fighting chance in Linear Algebra. I guess I would be taking it alongside Calc. II just outside of regular school, probably at a community college. Thanks for all the help.