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MMSS question

1MX1MX Registered User Posts: 1,887 Senior Member
edited August 2007 in Northwestern University
The site wasn't too clear about this. They say that you need a year of calc before entering the program yet ask for a AP calc test grade on the application. If I am taking calc my senior year am I still allowed to enter the program as a freshman in college? If so, how will not having an AP calc test affect my application. (I do have a 36 on the math ACT portion and 800 on SAT II math though).
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