If your AP course placed you in Math 141 (Calculus II) and you are not comfortable with attempting Calculus II, consider having the AP course removed from your record prior to beginning your freshman year.
Don’t risk damaging your GPA. (Remember, a C is worth 2.0 not 3.0 needed for scholarship recipients and those in limited majors). Once you are placed in Calculus II, if you find it difficult, you are not permitted to go back and enroll in Calculus I at
You can choose to begin in Math 140 (Calculus I) instead to secure a good
college calculus background. This is the math level where most engineering
freshmen start. You can then complete
Math 141 the following semester. Penn State