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bopper wrote:Honestly these days I would worry more about the ratio of faculty staff member to adjuncts. Adjuncts don't have to have the office hours that regular faculty do, and don't always adhere to the teaching/homework grading norms of the college.
VaporeonKid wrote:I’m an international so the math sequence is somewhat different. I will have covered single-variable calculus thoroughly by the end of high school, but my curriculum will have also emphasized Linear Algebra, Statistics, Discrete Math, and Abstract Algebra up to beginner undergraduate level. I’m planning to jump into Calc III first semester & either take a placement test for Linear Algebra or double up during first semester. Will definitely be interested in TC/Logic/Graph theory courses, and should be eligible to take these 300-400 level classes beginning sophomore/junior year.
How much does this limit my choices?
whatisyourquest wrote:All true, except when it comes to drinking alcohol, for some strange reason. I've never understood this inconsistency: 18 for basically everything (voting should be added to the list), but 21 for drinking.