I am hoping of going to graduate school to do discrete mathematics for which my university is fairly strong in. The only problem is that I failed second year discrete math. I did not fail it because it was too hard, in fact, it was quite easy. I failed it because I misread the timetable and missed my final exam. Is it simply enough to do third year discrete math and go on; should I repeat the second year course or have I ruined my chances of grad school in discrete math altogether?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Any honest answers will be appreciated

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# Worried about my chances of getting into graduate school in mathematics

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