Depends on what you want to do.
Cryptology then Florida Atlantic University
Mining type fields Colorado School of Mines
There are schools for Applied Math geared towards Biology, Cosmology, Fluid Mechanics, etc.
You should find what you like and look for those schools that do that.
I am a TA for Calc 1. College based Calc isn't the same as HS based Calc. I see students who scored high enough to go into Calc 2 or 3 fail tests in Calc 1. I know that at Cornell Calc 3 or maybe it was 2 is integrated with DE so it is at a very fast pace. With that being said, I really think it...
What do you consider financial math? I have a BS in Finance and Math. However, I wouldn't say any math I learned in finance would go anywhere. A PhD in Finance requires, in general, that the student have taken Cal 1-3, Linear Alg, and maybe another course or two. A degree in quant finance...
Then get a PhD in Applied Math, Computer Science, Physics, EE, etc. Then you will have the skills to enter Quant Finance, you will general receive a free education, and if you think it is crap, you will be able to do something else.
If this individual obtains a scaled score of 700 or higher, they should just apply for a PhD in Math.
Here is the practice book:
The actually test isn't this easy (you may not call this easy though).