## Which Calculus Should I Take?

If you plan to take Calculus but aren't sure where you should start, here are some general guidelines to help you decide.

**MATH 1150 (Long Calculus I):**You’ve taken precalculus or similar courses in high school but don’t feel comfortable jumping into calculus without a review.**MATH 1210 (Calculus I):**You’ve taken precalculus or equivalent courses and feel ready for Calculus I. This is also a good option if you’ve taken AB Calculus but scored below a 4 on the AP exam.**MATH 1310 (Consolidated Calculus):**You’ve taken AB or BC Calculus and did well, but I don’t have AP or dual enrollment credits to transfer. You feel confident enough to cover Calculus I and II in a single semester (and get credit for both after earning a B- or better).**MATH 1220 (Calculus II):**You’ve earned dual enrollment or AP credit for Calculus I (MATH 1210) by scoring a 4 or 5 on the AB exam or 4 or 5 on the AB portion of the BC exam.**MATH 2210 (Calculus III):**You’ve earned dual enrollment or AP credit for Calculus I (MATH 1210) and Calculus II (MATH 1220) by scoring a 4 or 5 on the BC Calculus exam.