You should take more math courses. It can only help. You may get accepted without strong math background (if you're that lucky) but you won't survive the first semester (some drop out because of the lack of math background).kelvinkean said:It seems that everyone background is so strong. I have a background of stats and accounting. Should I take more math courses before applying to Baruch? Please advise. Thanks.
Frank, Kelvin is applying for Fall 2007. I was confused as wellfrankm1342 said:Have you been told that you are required to take the math refreshers courses? The refreshers are meant to ensure that your math skills are up to par before the actual program begins in September. If you are concerned about your math skills, it is probably best to tell Dan Stefanica ASAP that you want to enroll.
Kelvin, nobody ever said this forum is for accepted students only. We welcome anyone interested in the Baruch program.kelvinkean said:Hey Guys,
I do not know this forum is for accepted student. I am planning to apply.
Please accept my apolgy again and I will not enter until I get accepted. Many thanks for all the information. It is very helpful. Again, I would suggest you guys open the door for anyone who inspired by the American Dream.
It's best called "survival of the fittest"stockjinni said:Hi, Andy, you mentioned 'drop out' in your post somewhere, where I can't find.
But, wow... ...now I undertand the discrepancy between the number of admitted students and number of graduate each year. :o
So, does student voluntarily opt to drop out because they find it difficult or does people get booted by school when they perform poorly:-k