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Retaking courses at different universities.

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I am currently at a university and will be moving to another, the university that I am at has a really poor analysis sequence(due to the teacher being incompetent at teaching).

I am wondering if it's detrimental to me to take the analysis sequence at my current university since I almost assuredly will be taking it again at the university I move to, is there a reason I should wait?


I assumed I should take it anyway as I can always just retake it at the next university but I want to make sure that this is the correct position to take. That no inherent damage is done to me by taking it twice?
 

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Will it transfer?
 
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Will it transfer?
I do not know.
 
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If it were me, I would take the course now and then apply for transfer credit at the new place.
 
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If it were me, I would take the course now and then apply for transfer credit at the new place.
My problem isn't even if it doesn't transfer, I wouldn't really mind. My main concern is if taking it again at the next university after taking it at my current one will damage me in some way?

I assume not but I want someone else to validate my position.

It really ticks me off how terrible the analysis instructor is at my current university but I will save my ranting for another thread.
 

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