Perhaps it does not hurt, but I guess taking calc-based physics classes would help? Maybe? The reason I ask is because I am trying to determine how high I should go with math. Everyone keeps recommending to not take classes you will do poorly at..but how the hell are you supposed to know before you even take the class? And what physics classes are typically acceptable? For instance I am looking at xferring to UCLA..but they seem to offer only one non-calculus based physics class...which would mean I need two others (they are ont he quarter system). So what would qualify in lieu of taking the calc based physics classes? Thanks in advance.