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I'm currently a senior in American High School (But a Canadian dual citizen) with a 3.95 unweighted GPA & a 34 ACT. I'm interested in majoring in economics in the faculty of management. I meet all the admissions requirements but one, the A- requirement in prerequisite math. At my high school pre-calculus is broken up between two classes, trigonometry and analysis. I got a B+ in trig and an A in analysis. I talked to my trig teacher and she said she will change my grade in trig to an A- if I finish with A in Calculus (I am confident I can achieve), which I am currently taking. I understand that applications are open on the 15th and typically will have a better time getting admitted if I apply early, but I won't have the A in trig until the end of December. Do I apply once applications open or wait until my grade in trig is changed?5 replies