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BMOS/Ivey and Queens, Which is more math intensive?

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Hey guys, in comparing the BMOS program along with ivey, against Queens, which requires a higher level of understanding of math? Many ppl have told me math in BMOS is manageable, but math concepts first year at Queens are quite a jump from high school math. So, for someone who has to "work" for a low to mid 90 in high school math, which program would I have the greater chance to achieve a better mark in considering I'm not a "math whiz." Thanks for the feedback!
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Definitely Queen's.
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Bmos is easy lol. Definitely QC.
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when did you get aeo status?
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@noble11 wrote
Hey guys, in comparing the BMOS program along with ivey, against Queens, which requires a higher level of understanding of math? Many ppl have told me math in BMOS is manageable, but math concepts first year at Queens are quite a jump from high school math. So, for someone who has to "work" for a low to mid 90 in high school math, which program would I have the greater chance to achieve a better mark in considering I'm not a "math whiz." Thanks for the feedback!



The only math courses in Queens are Commerce 161 and Commerce 162 which are extensions of high school calculus and data management.

At Ivey, DWA is really the only math course you will need to worry about, and it is very similar to high school data management, except it focuses more on practical applications and using excel to apply concepts, rather than deriving formulae and theorems.

Dr. Nazarus
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