Multivariable Calculus or IB Higher Level Math for International PPE AppWatch
I'm a junior rn (I think that's the equivalent of a year 12, but tbh I'm not rlly sure), and I'm taking AP Calculus BC this year. The problem is that that's the highest level of math my school offers, so next year I have to go one of two other schools in my city for either multivar or IB HL. I saw that the IB HL one was referenced on the website, but I'd really prefer the multivar one because I have a lot of friends at that school. do any of you know if it would really matter for applications? thanks!
You are fine without taking any further mathematics courses unless you so desire, as far as PPE at Oxford and other universities go. In the UK (as in the US normally if you aren't taking college classes in HS), multivariable calculus is normally not studied until university level (even for those planning to study e.g. physics, maths, engineering, etc). No university here would expect you to have studied multivariable calculus previously.