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20 Oct 2004, 12:52
I have taken three math courses in college - pre-calc, calc I and calc II. The problems is that I got a C+ in calc II. Five years after graduation, I signed up for the highest math course that a local university offered - "math for management" and got an A. My GMAT is 720 with 46 on quant.

I'm submitting transcripts from all schools, but what grade should I put on the application A or C+? Calc II is more advanced than "math for management"

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20 Oct 2004, 15:18
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I have taken three math courses in college - pre-calc, calc I and calc II. The problems is that I got a C+ in calc II. Five years after graduation, I signed up for the highest math course that a local university offered - "math for management" and got an A. My GMAT is 720 with 46 on quant.

I'm submitting transcripts from all schools, but what grade should I put on the application A or C+? Calc II is more advanced than "math for management"

HELP!!!!!

I think I am missing something here. You should put an A for Math for Mgmt and a C+ for Calc 2.

Good luck!
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20 Oct 2004, 16:02
[/quote]

I think I am missing something here. You should put an A for Math for Mgmt and a C+ for Calc 2.

Good luck![/quote]

What I actually meant is that I need to answer the question: Indicate the grade you received in a following course: Calculus_______

I'm afraid to put a C+ in there and I'm not sure that I can put an A. Hence the question.

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20 Oct 2004, 20:25
Hi,

I would re-read the application to see what exact Calc grade they are looking for.

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21 Oct 2004, 10:57
I just called them and they said that I should list the higher grade as long as attach a transcript.

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21 Oct 2004, 15:35
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I just called them and they said that I should list the higher grade as long as attach a transcript.

I'm glad it worked out well.

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