1st semester is done!
I think UNH made a mistake, because apparently I have a 4.0GPA, despite that I got a B in political science.
Okay, so I am taking Calculus next semester (very excited). I bought a copy of "Calculus for Dummies", just because I'm curious. This is, for the first time, a math book that I want to keep moving forward with. It seems like Calculus is the culmination of everything I have learned, the reason why everything is the way it is. Good stuff!
Next semester I am taking Calculus I, and either general calculus based physics I, or intro to psychology (gen ed).
So, I need to take a few classes over the summer to prove my worthiness to my immediate college goal (Hampshire College). Looks like I'll be taking four classes. So, I will have space to geek up with one "fun" science class. I am required to take Calculus II over the summer, but that's good because It opens up some the opportunity to really geek up with a "fun" science class.
I need suggestions though. I can take courses that are somewhat specialized, but only to the point that are "one step" above general physics. They'll all be Calculus based though (Hence Calc II req.). Examples include:
Statics & Dynamics
Any recommendations??? My prospective major is most likely going to be Physics or mechanical engineering. If figure these types of classes are good because I'll need to take them if I go into Mech. engineering anyways. If I can convince Hampshire college that I am indeed an academic stallion, then my major will be a hybrid of both.