Instigate Posted April 21, 2010 Share Posted April 21, 2010 Hi guys, My situation is the following : I am a student in the N.1 Bulgarian economic university (Bulgaria is in Europe and the EU) and I am planning on getting into a graduate program in the US. I have a problem tough. I have only taken two semesters of mathematics called mathematics part 1 and math. part 2. They basically cover multivariate calculus, theory of probability, matrix algebra, differential algebra, analytical geometry, mathematical programing. I know that I normally need to take all those classes in different courses, so that I would get more solid understanding of the material, but here university courses are not chosen by the students. I can not take more classes in mathematics - first because my university does not offer any more and second because I am not allowed to choose my classes. The university chooses them for me and the state has to approve it. I have thought of taking those courses in a different university but it turned out to be illegal to be in two programs in two different universities at the same time. So I am stuck with only one year of mathematics. My question is the following - Do I have a shot at all? And second : In school I have been in a special math class (i had 3 times the normal amount of math classes per week) and I have taken courses in competitive math during weekends for about 4 years. I wonder if that counts at all. Looking forward for your answers. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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