I'm a senior at high school, and now I'm facing a huge problem, and I don't think it's really my fault. My school offered Algebra 1 in grade 9, Geometry in grade 10 and Algebra 2+Trigonometry in grade 11. They never offered precalculus. And what makes it worse is that in algebra 2 in grade 11, the rest of the class was lagging behind. so the teacher had little choice, he went slower, and in the end we didn't even touch trigonometry at ALL! Hard to believe, so a big problem is that at the moment, I'm a senior at high school, who doesn't have any idea about calculus, precalculus, and even sadder trigonometry. Otherwise i did pretty good scoring 99s in quarters in math. A bigger problem is that our school requires at least 3 students in a class to offer a subject. Now students are taking statistics as a math credit. I want to take calculus because calculus and physics is going to be my field. i don't think it'll be useful for me to take statistics. The school isn't offering calculus. I plan to talk to the co-odinator and as him if he'll give me a calculus credit in my senior year if i take private tution, and in the end give the AP exam. I'm really interested in giving the BC exam. What to do? How to prepare? Where to start from? Suggestions? Ideas? Thanks a lot. EDIT: plus i'm giving my sat in november and sat 2 in math level1 + level 2 , and physics in december. that will be my last chance then the deadline for applying will come. I've registered for them, i dont know what to do. I hve no idea about trig how will I do level 2. There's so less time, so much confusion.