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11-02-2012, 10:48 PM
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Originally Posted by patthebest View Post
I am a second year student in 'Science de la nature' and would like to know if you have any opinion on Calculus Three (Calcul différentiel et intégral III) and Statistics (Probabilités et statistiques). I am thinking about going in actuary or comptability or any other maths/stats domain in university. Which course could help me the most in University?
I would recommend doing both. You'll probably have to retake them at the University level, it will be easier then if you have taken them both already.

Your last semester CEGEP grades should count for... nothing at all. Don't worry about an 80 versus an 85. just focus on enjoying and learning the material.

It's very important to enjoy the summer between CEGEP and university.

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