#### Labrador

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It will not end it for him solely on that basis, but it will make it

Pre-calculus is a prerequisite for Math Modeling, but many will have had some calculus. Those with a full year of calculus and excellent math skills may apply for an advanced sequence referred to as "Jedi" math. Those without pre-calculus or with weak math skills will start with pre-calculus, which will not count towards graduation credits - they will lose an elective. Cadets who start the math sequence with pre-calculus often have some other criteria affecting their candidacy - recruited athlete, enlisted soldier, minority - or are extraordinary in some other area. The silver lining is that if he is a strong candidate, but is found unqualified academically due to math, he may be offered prep school.