According to the MIT website,
Will my application be reviewed if I have not completed all the recommended course work? |
Yes. However, at the very least, you should have one year of calculus (or higher level of math, whichever meets your ability level) and calculus-based physics. It is rare that an applicant is admitted without calculus and physics at the college level. Depending on your major, you may have covered more ground in one science discipline or another, or you may have more engineering than science courses. Fortunately, each decision is made on a case-by-case basis and depends on your course of study and institutional offerings.
I have completed College Physics 1, but I think it isn't the course which MIT recommends. I might end up applying for next fall, however I don't enough space to squeeze in another high level Physics class in my schedule. I'm freaking out as to what should I really do.
Should I like take College Physics 2 or go for the advanced Physics 1 or do both the advanced Physics 1 and 2 ?
Other than Physics, I have done much more coursework in Chemistry about 12 hours with lab in overall. Can that be used a substitute for Physics ?
Please tell me.