You need linear algebra. If by "top school" you mean top 20 (probably top 30), you need real analysis as well. So your choice is somewhat limited.
This term I am a junior year Econ student in a well known European university.
My current Cgpa: 3.85/4.00
My all econ courses are A except intermediate micro (A-) and math grades are A (calculus, math for econ).
Only some elective courses like political science is B and B+ .
Plannig to take lineer algebra&diff eq. , advance calculus this term and real analysis next year.
However I am not sure that I will be able to take A from all this math courses.
The question is which is more important in this case: a higher Cgpa or taking those math but passing with a-/b+?
I was one term TA and one term RA as sophomore.
I am planning directly going for PhD in a top school with funding because I cannot afford for master in US.
How do you see my chance?
Looking forward for advices.
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