I just got back from engineering orientation, and it seems that EVERYONE is using their AP credits for Calc classes. Lots of people are starting out in Calc III, and some are starting in Calc II. The dual-enrollment kids are starting out in differential equations. AP Calculus BC wasn't offered at my school, so I've only taken AB. I got a 4 on the test which allows me to start in Calc II. However, I'm not sure that I'm confident enough in my calculus knowledge (started the class in early Feb. and took the test in early May) to completely skip the class. But, I already feel like I'm behind everyone else who's not second guessing their knowledge. I do want to completely understand the foundation, and I was also thinking that it could help balance out my GPA a little bit. Am I wrong in wanting to take Calc I? My advisor said it was "up to me," but I really have no idea where I should be. I'm taking Physics I which requires having already completed Calc I, but my advisor said that that was fine since I already have the credit..