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## Main Question or Discussion Point

I am currently in high school and have been driven to become a theoretical physicist in an unsure field for quite some time now. I have been unfairly placed in a very easy math class even though I already know it. I have been studying upon subjects such as algebra 2 and pre-cal and recently got a book on calculus. I am quite a fast learner, so it won't take me long to finish the subject. I'm curious of what subjects I should study (in order) to become successful in physics. I have already compiled a small list that is not complete and that I am unsure of. Cal 2, Cal 3, advanced calculus, ordinary differential equations, linear algebra, and real analysis. I would like to see a list (in order) of all of the courses that I should study after these. And I would like to know if there is a mistake in my list.