Hi! I believe that I have asked a question to this similar before but I was unable to find it. I am going into my senior year of high school and I have the choice to take AP Physics B or C. I am currently signed up to take AP C, but I have been wondering lately if that's the best choice since I have not taken an calculus courses yet, but I will be taking Pre-AP Pre-Calc next year (since I missed my chance to take algebra in 8th grade when I had the chance I'm stuck with pre-calc, which I deeply regret right now). So I have been thinking whether AP C is the right choice for me, or should I go with AP B instead? I am an aspiring physicist/ engineer and I need to know if taking AP B will hold me back from my goal. Thanks for any input you will be providing. Edit: I am also a late bloomer into physics, I have always been more focused into the astronomical fields of science when I was younger. It wasn't until a year or two ago that I realized that physics truly caught my fascination, is it too late for me to become a successful physicist due to my late blooming?