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TheKracken

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I have been at community college now and completed one semester with a second semester in progress. I have almost completely decided I would like to major in Mathematics with a minor in physics.

I currently have two options in regards to how I want to transfer, and in 2 or 3 years.

Option 1:

I take Calculus I over the summer in a eight week course. I have talked to my pre calculus teacher and he (with a PHD) is confident in my ability to complete the course well and also believe I will go very far in the mathematics field. He believe I have a knack for Pure Mathematics and the questions I ask are far beyond the level of any student at the community college. Anyways, I would have to take calculus over the summer and then next fall I would take calculus 2 and physics 1 and then next spring Calc 3 and Linear analysis (LA and DE) as well as physics II. Or my other option is;

Option 2:

Do not take Calculus over the summer and instead take more GE and then stay at community college taking my time with the courses and finishing all of my GE in a timely manner. But, money is not a factor for me due to free tuition both here and any University of California I go to.

I appreciate your help. Thank you.