i got a 5 on the bc calculus test in high school, and passed out of single variable calculus at my university. i actually got ASSIGNED units for these classes, so i cannot take them even if i wanted to. i took a quarter of multi variable calculus in college, and two quarters of statistics for my "year of math" requirement." some schools say they want a year of calculus and no ap credit is accepted. why am i penalized for doing well in high school? i don't want or need to take differential equations or linear algebra for a medical profession, but these are the courses i will have to take to fulfill the math requirements. what's up with that? also, i emailed several universities about this and all but one said "no ap credit accepted, sorry." HOWEVER, UCSD said that if i got assigned units, then that counts, and the other schools that said it doesn't count are mistaking assigned and unassigned units. for example, i got a 5 in ap chem and could skip chem 1 at college, but without credit for that class. UCSD also said most colleges give assigned units for calculus. no other med school seems to agree with this. they hear AP units and they say no.