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My first semester schedule will probably be something like this (15-18 credit hours):

Linear Algebra

Mathematical Structures

**or if I do well on the comprehensive exam**, Physics III [Thermodynamics, kinetic theory, physical and wave optics, relativity, photons, matter waves, atomic physics] and Mathematical Methods in Physics I [Differential equations, linear equations, vectors, matrices, Fourier series, and numerical methods]

English

Bio/Chem (second year)

Humanities Course

My question is should I try to test out of Physics I&II, and if so, is it a good idea to take Physics III and Mathematical Methods in Physics I (both must be taken simultaneously) my first semester or wait until second semester? Thanks.