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Statistics in Indian Engineering Curriculum [#permalink] New post 02 Jan 2013, 21:23
Hi Guys,

Correct me if I am wrong? Almost every school's application asks to enlist Calculus and Statistics courses completed in undergrad (BE) and grad (MS) schools.

I remember taking Calculus courses (Math 1,2,3) but not Statistics. So do we say that we haven't completed any statistics course. Does it hurt our chances?

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Re: Statistics in Indian Engineering Curriculum [#permalink] New post 04 Jan 2013, 22:04
Have you studied Statistics in your Undergrad as a part of Maths courses ? What do your Undergrad transcripts say, and do you have the syllabus of your Undergrad school ? I suggest that you can perhaps drop a mail to Adcom to clarify this further.
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