I would retake it if you can. It sends a pretty bad signal when combined with the B+ in Calc 3.
Hello,
So I am probably going to receive a B/B- in my mathematical statistics class. I am wondering whether I should just move on and try to do a better job at other math classes or retake this class. If I retake it, I won't receive any additional credits, but the gpa from the new class will be combined and averaged.
My other math classes: Calc I/II/III (A+/A+/B+), Linear Algerbra (A/A+), Mathematical Statistics (Expected B/B-), Economics Statistics I/II (A+/A+).
I am going to take real analysis and diff eq this Fall.
What do you guys think?
^the bad signal will still be there. I assume the new grade is used for the GPA calculation but the old grade won't be wiped from the transcript.
Getting an A on a 2nd attempt is an almost trivial positive signal, a lot of people can do that if they take the same class twice.
I think he might as well take a higher-level econometrics course, or analysis.
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