|By 21someone21 (21someone21) on Tuesday, March 02, 2004 - 08:36 pm: Edit|
I began taking calculus as a sophomore at my local college. I
Calc 1 as a sophomore B+(including 6 HS classes
Calc 2 as a junior 98 as of now(including 6 HS classes)
Summer(At Yale Harvard, or Cornell)
Chemistry or Physics
1st semester Calc 3 as a senior(including 5 HS Classes)
2nd semester Linear algebra or Advanced Calculus
Will taking advanced math classes and doing well make up for a C in geometry and a B in Algebra II
I have a 95+ in precalc?
|By Buffalo (Buffalo) on Tuesday, March 02, 2004 - 10:57 pm: Edit|
I would write in my essay how geometry was so darn simple that you had to sleep and dream about MIT just to prevent going insane. (Because of your calculus success, this probably isn't too far from the truth.) If it weren't for extra credit, I would have failed Algebra I before realizing that I could skip math classes if I tried. (Now sportin' the 100 in Calc3). Just explain your situation and that you have fixed it. We will find out if that worked in my situation in a couple of days.
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