I will be attending Western Washington University this fall and just signed up for my first quarter classes today! Fortunately, I passed the AP Physics exam with a 3 so I was able to get a credit for that, and passed the Advanced Math Placement Test, and so was able to get into Calculus. My schedule looks like this: Intermediate German (no problem since I've been taking it for 5 years) Physics w/ Calculus 1 Logical Thinking Calculus & Analytic Geometry I spoke with one of the people there, and they said my workload seemed pretty balanced between General University Requirements and what I wanted to focus on (a dual major in math and physics.) I was wondering if you guys had anything to say about my choice. Oh, before you worry — I took Calculus in High School, I just never got all the way through the book (we stopped after we learned about exponents and how to differentiate them.) The course said the physics class involved basic calculus so I felt confident enough to take it. I won't have to quickly learn the calculus in order to do the physics.