bunninies Posted September 3, 2013 Share Posted September 3, 2013 I'm a senior planning to apply to a biochemistry/biophysics program (for fall '15), but I'm trying to squeeze in math courses. I've taken Calc III but did horrible (2.7). That was my only math course. I'm taking Topology and Geometry right now, but I would also like to take Linear algebra and Differential equations. If I want to take linear then I'd probably have to take 5 courses this semester or next semester and overload myself. I'm just wondering if math is very important for a biophysics/chem focus, and your take on which course is preferred. Or I could drop topology and geometry... Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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