NECO Calculus Requirement

richard01

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    Hi everyone, I'm new here.. I tried searching for this topic, but I couldn't find an answer.. Could someone tell me if the New England College of Optometry's requirement for math is 2 semester of calculus or just 1 semester? I tried emailing them and I haven't gotten an answer, and I'm unsure from their website.. will my pre-calc and calculus 1 course be sufficient? Or must I take the 2nd semester of calculus? Thanks for any help
     

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      richard01 said:
      Hi everyone, I'm new here.. I tried searching for this topic, but I couldn't find an answer.. Could someone tell me if the New England College of Optometry's requirement for math is 2 semester of calculus or just 1 semester? I tried emailing them and I haven't gotten an answer, and I'm unsure from their website.. will my pre-calc and calculus 1 course be sufficient? Or must I take the 2nd semester of calculus? Thanks for any help

      I'm not sure about that! I have the information booklet from NECO and it says "2 semesters of math (including calculus)", so that would make me assume that just one of them needs to be calculus. I would suggest calling them and they will be able to answer that question for you.
       

      ariel winter

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        i am certain what you have is good enough! call the school just to be absolutely sure! good luck! :)

        richard01 said:
        Hi everyone, I'm new here.. I tried searching for this topic, but I couldn't find an answer.. Could someone tell me if the New England College of Optometry's requirement for math is 2 semester of calculus or just 1 semester? I tried emailing them and I haven't gotten an answer, and I'm unsure from their website.. will my pre-calc and calculus 1 course be sufficient? Or must I take the 2nd semester of calculus? Thanks for any help
         
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