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I've been thinking about taking Modern Algebra I and Real Analysis I in the same semester, but I'm having doubts if this is a realistic schedule. A semester is only four and a half months long and I don't believe that I can fully comprehend the subjects I'm studying for that short of time. As for my background, I had done math well up until Exploration and Proofs where I earned a B-, so you can see why I'm a bit shaky in signing up for two proofs-intensive classes. On the sidenote, I'm a double major in history and mathematics for teaching which explains my hesitation in taking more challenging courses. I've been going over this in my head for a few times now, not sure what path to go. I would like some advice from people experienced in taking these type of math courses or have been in a similar situation such as I've described.

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# Academic advice for fall semester?

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