Hello fellow members... I'm new to the forum(s). And yes, I'm a little young, I'm 13, but why not get a head start and indulge myself in endless knowledge, eh? Yes, my username is Einstein backwards and the first 3 numbers of pi without the decimal point. Go figure. Okay, just to clear things up: My prospective high school doesn't offer AP Physics C (what a pain), nor AP Stats. Without further ado: 1. Should I cram self-study Physics C with all my other tough courses in Junior year, or place it in the much less stressful senior year to devote it more time...but we submit college applications in Junior year, right? (Yes, I've planned out the next 4 years of my life.) 2. How many more math classes do you have to take for a Math major with a Physics major? 3. Is AP Stats really needed for a Physics/Math double major? 4. Does AP Calc BC count as College Calculus 1 or 2, and how many college equivalent semesters? 5. I really like Astrophysics... I hate Geometry... Algebra is interesting. Will I hate my job for the rest of my life if I shoot for Physics or will I be okay with it? 6. Is Differential Equations completely separate from college calculus? Which normally comes first, Calculus 2/3 or Differential? Danke schön.