I'm currently registering for classes for next fall and I will also be applying for programs next fall. I will be taking Adv. Micro, Research Methodology in Applied Economics, Time Series Econometrics, and Real Analysis. The math department granted me admission to Real Analysis without taking linear algebra. However, I have taken Matrix Algebra and a Proof/Set Theory/Logic class. Real Analysis is said to weed out the math majors at our school. This is a bit intimidating but I feel I have a strong math background. I have taken Diff Eq, Calc 1-3, 3 stats classes, Math Econ, and the two listed above. I will feel more comfortable taking this Real Analysis class as a Pass/Fail but will Adcom's lookdown on this?