I am going to be an incoming freshman for engineering (undecided, big 4). I am building a schedule that I don't know how to build. Scored 5 ap calc bc. *** My schedule list is * **English**: Freshman Composition (Honors maybe, i dont think this matters much) * **Math**: Calc 3/Lin. Alg. * **Science**: Physics/Physics honors * **Science**: Chem/chem hon. * **Engineering**: Intro to general eng./intro to ee/intro to me * *Filler?* *** * Should I take both physics and chemistry? my advice to myself was: learn both so i know which i like and major accordingly. (ChemE vs ME/EE) * I didn't have the best physics education (didnt reach e&m; stuck on newtons three laws for like a 3/4 the year) nor the best chem. But I know I'm prepared for physics honors because its calc based. Not sure about chem hon.. How hard is it? Whats a typical chem curriculum? * Advice on taking calc 3 vs lin. algebra vs diff. eq: people suggest finish the calculus. What do I expect the workload of the schedule to be like and to match the difficulty of the math subject? Thank you for help and suggestion.