I am a Canadian living in BC. I am a senior and going to university next year. However, here is my big dilemma. I plan to go to Graduate school in the States, but the undergrad school I will be going to - University of British Columbia - is not very well known in the States. So I might go to University of Toronto, which is more well-known. But here is the problem. The AP credits in Toronto are really bad. They do not even accept AP Calculus BC and I do not want to waste a year repeating the stuff I did again. I want to go further. On the other hand, UBC has an unlimited AP credits (except for Physics, which I am actually fine with because UBC is not the only university that does not accept AP Physics C or B for substituting first-year) that I can cash in, allowing me to skip a lot of courses. I am also taking AP Chemistry this year. I plan to major in Physics. I want to become a theoretical physicist. Please shed some light on me.