I am a junior in high school taking AP Calc AB. This is the highest level of math offered at my high school (everyone else in my class is a senior)(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I want to start taking math classes at my community college. Currently I take College Chemistry I there (fall semester) and it's going very well. I want to take another class during the spring semester.

I looked in the math catalog and the only math class they offer at the time I can take it (after school in the evenings) is Ordinary Differential Equations.

Can I take this class with a basic knowledge of calculus? If I can differentiate and integrate, would I be okay taking ODE? Also, how hard would ODE be at a community college level?

Thanks for the help!!

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# How much math is needed before taking ODE?

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