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I never went formally beyond Precalculus. Precalculus was an elective not a required course for me as a sociology major at Lehman College.I'd say Calc II, III, and Diff Eq. were equally hard!

Why? A lot of hard procedure to learn.

I was told that abstract algebra aka modern algebra is insanely hard. According to most math majors at Lehman College, algebraic topology is the course that separates adults from kids.Pre-Calculus, Calculus I are difficult, but the others are worse. Also, another very difficult course would be Probs and Stats (Calculus Based) because of the challenge problems.

I was shocked I could do so many math problems on the board in DE, even though I had prerequisites for the class!I was told that abstract algebra aka modern algebra is insanely hard. According to most math majors at Lehman College, algebraic topology is the course that separates adults from kids.

DE is a course I surely want to learn after Calculus 3.I was shocked I could do so many math problems on the board in DE, even though I had prerequisites for the class!

Speed is a massive problem with math. That's why people with faster brains have an advantage - kind of like how a tall person does in basketball. However, I think some people with disadvantages can over come the problem.

Anyway, any subject that requires more speed to finish - would be tougher, even if at a base level, you know - how to do it (opinion).

Anyway, any subject that requires more speed to finish - would be tougher, even if at a base level, you know - how to do it (opinion).

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