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Math in UofT?

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Would math in uni (specifically UofT) be hard if I didn't take physics in high school? It wouldn't matter if I'm going into financial economics, or mathematical applications in economics, or statistics, would it?

Does anyone know the cut-off mark for the math program in UofT?


Thanks in advance :)
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@kriispsmile wrote
Would math in uni (specifically UofT) be hard if I didn't take physics in high school? It wouldn't matter if I'm going into financial economics, or mathematical applications in economics, or statistics, would it?

Does anyone know the cut-off mark for the math program in UofT?


Thanks in advance :)



Not at all. Math is not physics. Especially if you take some of the "specialist" math courses, there will be little to no applications of the math discussed at all. On the other hand, taking physics without knowing any math might be a disadvantage.

As for cut-off marks: you can enroll into any UofT program and switch into math later. The math program requires completion of MAT157, MAT247, MAT240 and 4.0 credits ( those math courses are included in the 4 )
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