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I'm going to be a Junior in high school next year and I am wondering what math course to take. My school has a schedule where there is only 4 classes a day; but they all run longer. So you can get through a normal math class in half a year with just as much time in the class room as a 8 block schedual. Well my freshman year I slyly doubled up on Trig the first semester and PreCalc the second semester. My sophomore year I doubled up on AP Calc AB and then AP Calc BC. Getting through both AB and BC with exceptional marks in my sophomore year my advisor set up a meeting with me to discuss what math I should take next year. My school does not offer a math course past AP Calc BC but he told me that since I was ahead I could start to look at alternative options. He discussed setting up a special course with the calculus teacher at my school to give some select students a special Calc II Class. He also discussed me taking some special courses at a university for Topology, Linear Algebra, Analysis, and some other courses.

Really, I'm not sure what I should take. I know that I really should take what I'm interested in; but I would like to hear some suggestions from you guys. Of my math courses I really liked Geometry, Trigonometry and Calculus... I'm reading up on topology courses but I would really like some advice from people who have taken calculus and what they took next.

-Inkcoder

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# After Calculus

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