So, here's the situation. In high school, I took AP Exam Calculus BC and thanks to the generous curve, my score allowed me to receive credit for Calculus I & II. My exam was in junior year, so now, I'll be junior in college and I haven't touched calculus book in between those times.

I will be taking Statistics next spring just to show that I am capable of handling undergrad mathematics, and that it will be a GPA booster. My question is this: I know some schools are explicit in their calculus requirement, and some WANT to see students taking Calculus III if they received AP credit for Calculus I & II.

But, if I take Statistics and do well, and since I'm a Chemistry major, I'll have to take Physical Chemistry, will this be enough to show that I fulfill the requirement? I really do not want to, nor plan to take Calculus III, but I wonder if this'll hurt me down the admission for some competitive schools.

I will be taking Statistics next spring just to show that I am capable of handling undergrad mathematics, and that it will be a GPA booster. My question is this: I know some schools are explicit in their calculus requirement, and some WANT to see students taking Calculus III if they received AP credit for Calculus I & II.

But, if I take Statistics and do well, and since I'm a Chemistry major, I'll have to take Physical Chemistry, will this be enough to show that I fulfill the requirement? I really do not want to, nor plan to take Calculus III, but I wonder if this'll hurt me down the admission for some competitive schools.