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Schools with open curriculum?

Pher2006Pher2006 Registered User Posts: 49 Junior Member
edited September 2005 in College Search & Selection
I'm not a math person at ALL and I'm really not looking forward to taking math courses in college, so I was wondering - what are some open curriculum schools out there? The only one I know of so far is Vassar.

Also, just in case I do end up going to a school with a core curriculum, how do the math classes work? Do you have to take a placement test to see where you belong? If so, do you only have to take say... two years of math to fulfill the req? Or is it more of a... must get to at least Calculus to fulfill the req?

Thanks!
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