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flyingpig

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I really like to know this because first-year Physics in any university is famed for "weeding out the weak people" and even the best gets destroyed by the course.

Now I just want to know, what chances do I have scoring well in first-year physics?

(Also, does first-year English count towards your GPA? Because in my college, it is a required course)

I am a senior about to graduate, but I have already the following skills

Calculus III completion (going to take Calculus IV when I enter first-year)

Completed AP Physics C (Mech and E/M), got a 5

Completed AP Physics B, got a 4...

Will I survive?

Now I just want to know, what chances do I have scoring well in first-year physics?

(Also, does first-year English count towards your GPA? Because in my college, it is a required course)

I am a senior about to graduate, but I have already the following skills

Calculus III completion (going to take Calculus IV when I enter first-year)

Completed AP Physics C (Mech and E/M), got a 5

Completed AP Physics B, got a 4...

Will I survive?

**EDIT: That is what my college calls it. It says "Calculus IV", the prerequisites are Calculus III. Topics are: curves and surfaces, vector fields, and surface integrals, Divergence Theorem, Green's Theorem and Stokes**
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