|By Brian216 (Brian216) on Thursday, June 03, 2004 - 10:07 pm: Edit|
Hey, I got in the Harvard Summer School Program, and I was wondering just how big an accomplishment that is. Is it extremely competitive, and a great accomplishment, or is it not super competitive. I will be a junior next year by the way. If I take Calculus I and II there and get a recommendation from the math professor, will that and attending the program be great assets on my resume, or not very much. I want to be a math major at Harvard by the way.
|By Phoenix1 (Phoenix1) on Friday, June 04, 2004 - 03:46 pm: Edit|
It means nothing. I'm also a sophomore taking Calculus I and Calculus II there. We aren't taught by a professor, a preceptor.
Taking a calculus course will help, but in terms of program distinction, it doesn't mean much. A community college credit in the same courses would be equivalent to SSP.
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