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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Hi all,

I'm a high school junior very interested in math and enrolled in Calculus AB. I've been studying Apostol's Calculus volume one in my own time and plan to take the Calculus BC test. This summer I want to take Calculus III at a local university and then linear algebra concurrently with the first semester of my senior year if there are no schedule conflicts.

In school I get As and (a lot of) Bs, in the hardest classes possible (full IB diploma candidate)

I recently took the SAT and did better than I ever thought I would, getting 800 in both math and reading and 770 in writing.

My main interests are studying math with a possible double major in math and either linguistics or international relations. But the most important to me is math.

Which colleges should I be applying to, that are both withing my reach and have good math programs? I want to go to the University of Chicago but I doubt they'd accept me with my middle-of-the-road grades. Any ideas?

I'm a high school junior very interested in math and enrolled in Calculus AB. I've been studying Apostol's Calculus volume one in my own time and plan to take the Calculus BC test. This summer I want to take Calculus III at a local university and then linear algebra concurrently with the first semester of my senior year if there are no schedule conflicts.

In school I get As and (a lot of) Bs, in the hardest classes possible (full IB diploma candidate)

I recently took the SAT and did better than I ever thought I would, getting 800 in both math and reading and 770 in writing.

My main interests are studying math with a possible double major in math and either linguistics or international relations. But the most important to me is math.

Which colleges should I be applying to, that are both withing my reach and have good math programs? I want to go to the University of Chicago but I doubt they'd accept me with my middle-of-the-road grades. Any ideas?