I'm a second year student at university studying mathematics. I'm having troubles deciding between a few modules and I hope you can help. http://www.ucl.ac.uk/maths/courses/undergraduates is where all the modules are, please take a look at "Honours Year 2" I get to choose four modules, and so far I'm adamant on choosing: Analysis 4: Real Analysis, Computation Methods, Probability and Statistics. I'm deciding now between Algebra 4, and Mathematical methods 4. I'm leaning more towards Mathematical Methods 4 because so far, I really have not enjoyed algebra and it has been one of my worst modules (but still average of ~90%). I'm wondering, if I skip out Algebra 4 would I be missing out on a lot of mathematics? I want to specialise in analysis in the future (functional analysis probably), and I'm choosing Probability and Computational methods as they'd be useful in my career. Any help please, thank you.