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Required 4 years of math for SCS?

dontmindmeheredontmindmehere Registered User Posts: 12 New Member
edited September 2012 in Carnegie Mellon University
Hi! I was looking at the course requirements for SCS and noticed that they require 4 years of math in high school? I finished Calc BC last year, but this year I'm not taking any math classes (unless you count APCS). The only other math class that I did not take at my school was AP Stats.

I would assume that this all would be fine since I did finish Calc, but I just wanted to make sure! Thanks!
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Replies to: Required 4 years of math for SCS?

  • sorcelatorsorcelator Registered User Posts: 85 Junior Member
    They require four years of high school math. Even if you happened to finish those years in junior high, it still counts.

    (Just make sure you don't forget too much calculus, since you'll have to take a placement exam before course registration.)
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