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Is it better to take as many pure undergrad math classes (real analysis, abstract algebra, topology, etc.) as possible for preparation? Or should I focus on classes like differential equations and statistics? I've been reading that it's better to take proof based math in order to prove to graduate programs that I can handle the more "rigorous" topics even if I want to get a master's or a PhD in applied math. What do you guys think?