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## Main Question or Discussion Point

All right, so I'm kind of an oddball. I'm currently a sophomore in college studying Mathematics and English Literature. I started college as an English major, but I decided to pick up a second major after taking calculus I. I'm currently taking vector calculus and differential equations and doing pretty well in both classes. I'm also doing really well in all of my English courses. As of right now, I want to pursue further studies in mathematics after I have finished my bachelor's degree. I realize that there is absolutely no crossover whatsoever in either subject (Although, one of my poetry professors seems to be exceptionally well versed in Set theory), and I'm wondering if schools will look down on the fact that I spent half of my undergraduate career analyzing

*The Great Gatsby*and writing poetry. Should I drop down to a minor, so I can focus on the math?