So i took statistics, however it was not offered by the math department, but by the economics department and I was wondering if it wold be counted in my BCPM gpa.
thanks
thanks
So i took statistics, however it was not offered by the math department, but by the economics department and I was wondering if it wold be counted in my BCPM gpa.
thanks
is there anyway to get the course grade to not count in my science gpa? didnt do so hot in stat
You can try listing it as an econ class instead of math but they will change it if the course name on your transcript gives it away as a stats class.
Sorry if this seems redundant, but I want to be sure, Stats 21: [FONT=Verdana, Geneva, sans-serif]Introductory Probability and Statistics for Business would count towards BCPM? and would fulfill the stats requirement for medical schools that require it?
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Oh it's actually offered by the stats department, it's just that it's not calculus-based and it's intended for business majors. So it should fulfill the stats pre-req for med schools like UCLA right?
Description. Statistics 21 is a service course designed primarily for Business students. It is not very mathematical. Neither linear algebra nor calculus is required, although some concepts seem more natural if you understand integration and differentiation. You do need to be comfortable with math at the level of high-school algebra (e.g., the equation of a straight line, plotting points, taking powers and roots, percentages).
Okay, I want this course to be able to fulfill the prereq, just making sure, that's all.
Wow, sounds like an incredibly weak-sauce, middle school class.
Wow, sounds like an incredibly weak-sauce, middle school class.
An AP class from high school?Just to be clear, would environmental science AP: be considered physics or chemistry? Should I not add this?