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If so what courses should i take? (topology, analysis, logic,ect.. ??)

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If so what courses should i take? (topology, analysis, logic,ect.. ??)

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Seriously, take as much as possible. Pretty much any upper division math class would be considered very helpful

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I'm really greatful to your advice, i really apreciate it.

Seriously, take as much as possible. Pretty much any upper division math class would be considered very helpful

So basicly, i should take real analysis (I-II-II), and linear algebra (I-II-III) and of course calculus (I-II), and that should be decent preparation for graduate school in mathematics?

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Any reason you are majoring in biology but want to go to math grad school?

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I join nergu's question: if you want to study pure mathematics, why won't you major in math?

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PS: I was an applied math masters degree student a few years ago. I did horrible (my ug was in pure math) because probably my heart was in something more applied I think- that is why I am pursuing physics grad school now. Best of luck to you

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thank you !!

PS: I was an applied math masters degree student a few years ago. I did horrible (my ug was in pure math) because probably my heart was in something more applied I think- that is why I am pursuing physics grad school now. Best of luck to you

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My great passions are problem solving, biology and mathematics.

Any reason you are majoring in biology but want to go to math grad school?

I am wishing to pursue a Medical degre and a graduate degree in Mathematics,

and so, a biology degree will allow me to fullfill the required courses for medical school,

It is possible for me to fullfill my pre-med requirements while in the Mathematics program, however, if i major into mathemtics, i want to be at the top of my classes, and so Heavy requirements such as Organic Chemistry and such might be a disadvantage vs. students who are fully concentrated on mathematics.

any more advice would be great!

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Make up your mind about what you want to do. A PhD program is very much a full time job. It will be very difficult to be successful at it if you try and do it "on the side".any more advice would be great!

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