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J_walter

Calc/Physics Prereqs

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Hello,

I am applying to M.Arch programs for the fall of 2012 and need only to fulfill the Physics and Calculus prerequisites for matriculation (not all require it, but most).

There doesn't seem to be a specific requirement other than "one semester of college level physics" and the same for calculus.

However, there are many different calculus and physics courses available at my community college (conceptual physics, intro to physics, elementary physics). The same is the case for calc: short calculus, calculus I, etc.

There is even what seems to be a combination of the two: Intro Physics-Calculus Supplement. Not sure what qualifies here.

Was wondering if anyone who has been through this could shed some light on this topic.

Thanks

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Some schools took the college credit I got from my CALC AP test, and all took my class Intro to Physics which I took with a lab, Berkeley is having me take Calc I for a grade since I did not score a 5 on my CALC AB exam. So as long as you take the class and pass with a C- (I believe) you should be fine, but you have to complete this before going to the program, if you are accepted of course.

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