So, back in my high school days (which were only 3 years ago), I took AP Calc BC and got a 5 sub 5 on the exam. I used this credit to move onto my college's physics classes (you need calc for them) and neglected to take the calc in college. I have taken a statistics course that is listed under Psych because i am a neuro major and needed to take Psychological Statistics. Next semester I will be taking mathematical models in biology, a course which is cross listed with mathematics and biology. I have been told numerous times by my med studies board that AP does not cut it!
I know that many medical schools do not even require math; but, I continue to be told otherwise by the med studies board. I would take higher level math, but it is not where my interests lie.
Any advice?
I know that many medical schools do not even require math; but, I continue to be told otherwise by the med studies board. I would take higher level math, but it is not where my interests lie.
Any advice?