Hey everyone! So later in September I'll be reporting for Battalion Orientation at the University of Washington in Seattle, on a Navy Option NROTC scholarship. I'm so excited! I'm taking a couple of days trip out to Seattle to complete my orientation, as well as take the math placement test and register for my courses. My question to all of you fine people is whether or not the Navy will care about which math I take for my first couple of quarters? I know the scholarship requires calculus and calculus based physics, but I'm wondering about pre-requisites to those classes. The last math class I took in high school was AP Calculus, so normally I wouldn't be worried about it, but I just took a gap year, and although I'm sure all of the concepts will come back to me after brushing the dust off, I'm thinking it will work out better academically if I retake either Calc 101 or even Pre-Calc. Just looking through the practice test for the placement test, I can see there are a lot of problems that I recognize, but can't exactly remember how to start them. Again, I'm sure it'll come back to me very quickly, but seeing as it's been over a year since I've been in school, I think it's a good idea to have a refresher course instead of jumping back into college level calculus and flunking out, which would of course be really bad for my NROTC scholarship. By the way, if it makes any difference, my major is Physics. Thanks in advance!