Hi, I have a (hopefully) quick question about testing out of certain classes in college via proficiency exams. I am currently halfway through my first semester of freshman year and my current math courses are differential geometry and LA. I took a proficiency exam to skip calc 3 and got the credit for the class but it is listed as just pass \ fail. This may seem a bit pre - mature but I would rather be safe than sorry in the future: would grad schools, in general, care that I took a proficiency exam for this class and skipped it thus having just a pass for the course and no numerical grade? I ask because course selection for next semester's classes is going to come around eventually and if this will be a problem I might as well just sign up for calc 3 for next semester. I plan on taking honors analysis II (calculus on manifolds essentially) the first semester of sophomore year (honors analysis I is a pre - req which will be taken the coming semester) so I don't know if that will make up for skipping regular calc 3 via proficiency as I have no idea how courses are evaluated by grad schools but I would really like to sort this out before it is too late. Thank you very much in advance. EDIT: I should probably mention that I am talking about physics grad schools heh.