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mjmay7
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I'm an OOS freshmen in the fall and I was wondering how should I go about trying to get Calculus 1, 2, 3, differential equations, discrete mathematics, and an anatomy&physiology course to transfer to Cal. I really don't want to lose these 22 credits and I would be BEYOND bored if I had to take all of the calculus over again. Any help would be appreciated.

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38,140Registered User Senior MemberOffice of Undergraduate Advising: Transfer Credit

You may want to ask the administration and the Math department directly with your questions if the credit is from a school other than a California public university or community college.

You math courses look like they would be equivalent to Math 1A, 1B, 53, 55, and part of 54. Check the lower division course outlines here: http://math.berkeley.edu/courses_lowerdivcourses.html

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2,980Registered User Senior MemberLook up Math 49 in the general catalog (do a course search for Math 49) and you will see the description of "Supplementary Work in Lower Division Mathematics")

444Registered User Member38,140Registered User Senior MemberOr do you have your own graded final exams from the courses?

444Registered User Member2,980Registered User Senior MemberIf they had the full set of past or example exams, they can at least guess about the coverage of all the important topics and guess about the rigor. What they can't see, for example, is whether it takes a 95/100 to pass the class with a C or if a score of 20/100 on the final is enough for a C. They are taking a bit of a gamble but want to be fair to out of state and international students.

Alternatively, if you can get them the phone numbers and names of the appropriate people from the math department at your past school, then they could possibly speak directly with their peers and ask about the important points.

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