Hi, I know I have asked a similar question before but I now have more information. I have been communicating with the AP physics teacher at my high school. I have really been looking to challenge myself with science (which I can't do this year; I have a 100% in honors chemistry, a mostly 10th grade class, and a 105% in mandatory freshman biology). I also really hate being bored (it actually causes me more stress than being busy). The AP teacher has enrolled me in the honors physics web assignment class, and doing the assignments, I have found that I know most of the material. The likely plan is that next year I will be taking AP physics C (the AP teacher, my parents and I have agreed that it is the goal). Then, I will have the opportunity to take 4 semesters of physics at the local university. I would really like to end up at MIT (although the university of Michigan is a more likely and affordable option. To clarify, this is for a degree, not the previously mentioned 4 semesters. I would likely take those at Oakland University) and get a double major in physics and math. Those 4 semesters would clearly be beneficial to my physics knowledge. Would they be beneficial to getting into MIT or my experience a MIT should I go there? If this is important information, I will concurrently be taking 4 semesters of college math after I take BC calc next year (that is just the natural progression of things; I am in honors precalc right now). I would just like to hear the expert's opinions on this. Thanks!