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Will I really not get in without a pre-calc/trig/calc credit?

lyssacakeslyssacakes Registered User Posts: 18 New Member
I'm a prospective theatre major with truly stellar stats otherwise (above median GPA and ACT scores, great extra curricular activities and recomendations, took all AP and Honors courses) but I have only take Honors Algebra, Honors Geometry, and Advanced Algebra. Will they truly reject me solely based on the new math recommended courses?

Replies to: Will I really not get in without a pre-calc/trig/calc credit?

  • socaldad42socaldad42 Registered User Posts: 849 Member
    I suggest calling admissions and asking them. You can always take a community college math class 2nd semester this year to qualify. Call
  • lyssacakeslyssacakes Registered User Posts: 18 New Member
    I have already emailed admissions, but if they do not get back to me prior to Thursday (I am visiting IU for the second time that day) then I suppose talking to someone while I am there would be a good idea. My problem is that my high school counselor did not notify me of these changes until after I had submitted my application, so I'm a bit worried.
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