What are the top subjects for a math student in their final year?

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In summary, the top subjects for a math student in their final year typically include advanced algebra, trigonometry, calculus, and statistics. These courses build upon foundational math skills and prepare students for higher-level math in college or future careers in fields such as engineering, finance, or data analysis. Other important topics for a final year math student may include geometry, probability, and mathematical modeling. It is also common for students to take elective courses in areas such as computer science, economics, or physics, which may have a strong mathematical component. Overall, a well-rounded understanding of these subjects can greatly benefit a math student in their final year and beyond.
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Greetings. My name is Elle and I'm a non-traditional student (read: old) studying mathematics. I'm entering my final year and thought it was wise to join these forums, especially as I'm considering my career trajectory. So far my favorite subjects have been Abstract Algebra, Graph Theory, and Differential Equations. This upcoming semester I'll be taking Real Analysis, Complex Analysis, and more Differential Equations.

Hope you're all well.
 
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