I can't seem to find any definitive answers about how transferring credits work. I'm a TAMS student (Texas Academy of Math/Science) and it's this early entrance program on the UNT (University of N. Texas) campus for high school students majoring in science or math. I'm 16 now and the program lasts for 2 years, so I should have about 60 credits when I graduate and ideally that qualifies me as a junior in college. However, I heard that schools like MIT don't accept credit transfers, period, and this turns me off because I really don't want to take all my classes over again. The classes I am/will take are: Biology, Bio-lab, Chemistry, Chem-lab, Physics, Pre-cal through Cal II or III, English, Pol. Sci. + 2 electives of my choice (optional) starting next semester. Senior year is a little hazy, it gets open-ended. A lot of the seniors seem to take Organic Chem. I really just have no idea how this stuff works.