What Does This All Mean?

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## What colleges accept 3 years of math?

What Does This All Mean?

College | Math Requirement |
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NYU | 3 years recommended |

Pomona | 4 years expected, calculus highly recommended |

Smith College | 3 years recommended |

UT Austin | 3 years required, 4 years recommended |

## Should I take 4 AP classes senior year?

An Ivy League hopeful might take 3 to 5 AP classes, while if you’re aiming for less-selective schools, 2 to 4 would be enough. Senior Year: Take more APs in core subjects and additional subjects, again being careful not to overburden your schedule and to leave time for college applications.

## Do UC schools require 4 years of math?

Under the new rules adopted in October, students in 11th and 12th grade can take data science, computer science, statistics and other approved quantitative reasoning courses to satisfy the required third year or recommended fourth year of math needed to be eligible for UC.

## How many years of math do you need for UC?

Three years

## Which AP classes are the hardest?

United States History, Biology, English Literature, Calculus BC, Physics C, and Chemistry are often named as the hardest AP classes and tests. These classes have large curriculums, tough tests, and conceptually difficult material.

## Can you get into college with 3 years of math?

Most colleges want students to have at least 3 years of high school math, though more selective colleges prefer 4 years. Prioritize taking several of the following courses: Algebra 1.

## Can you self study calculus BC?

Yes! Calc BC is only like 3 extra chapters + the AB material. At my school a lot of people will just skip AB and go straight to BC from precalc b/c they’re such similar classes.

## Is AP Calculus Easy?

AP Calculus will probably be more difficult than the other math classes you’ve taken. At the same time, it’s totally doable! Concepts build on each other pretty quickly, so make sure to keep up with the work and ask questions if you’re confused.