University Courses to Mimic Plebe Year

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  1. JJaeger

    JJaeger Member

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    Can anyone tell me how close these course descriptions match the USNA plebe year calc and chem classes? (speaking in regards to admission from college)
    CEM141: General Chemistry- Elements and compounds; reactions; stoichiometry; thermochemistry; atomic structure; chemical bonding; states of matter; solutions; acids and bases; aqueous equilibria.
    MTH132: Calculus I- Limits, continuous functions, derivatives and their applications. Integrals and the fundamental theorem of calculus.

    I also have two political science courses (Intro American National Government and Intro International Relations) as well as Military Science. I figure my "history course" (USNA recommended) is covered by these, but what about English? My university validated that based on my IB exam (6 on HL).
     
  2. usna1985

    usna1985 USNA Alumnus

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    You might check out the USNA catalog that is available at usna.edu. However, as a general rule, a basic college Calc I and Chem I (with lab) course will be fine.
     

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