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Intro to Real analysis II

Advanced Calculus (more computational not as much analysis based)

Advanced Linear Algebra (the second undergrad course, proof based)

Math Stats II

Modern Algebra I (obviously same as abstract)

Is this too heavy of a load for one semester or is it doable. I am concerned about taking both Modern Algebra and Intro to RA II in the same semester, but I do not have any more time before grad school to pick them up and I really need them both. I had contemplated replacing Modern Algebra with Stochastic processes but would prefer not to if this load is manageable. I work hard so I assume it is. As well I am going to try to self study Analysis, Advanced LA, Modern Algebra and Adv Calc before I take them...I do not know how far I can get but I will give it a good shot because I will only have 12 hours the semester before.

My background is Cal I-III, Linear Algebra (computational but with proofs), Math Stats I, Discrete, Intro to RA I, Diff Eq 1 & 2, Intro to Numerical Analysis, and Probability Theory.

Thanks for honest opinions...I know grad math students typically take four courses if they are not TAing so I am under the assumption this will be hard but manageable. Please let me know if this is illogical.

Thanks for taking the time to help me out!