I understand that the AFA is strong in engineering, and that's a major I'm hoping to go for. I'm still trying to decide what kind of engineering though. Anyway, I just received my first semester grades for Junior year. Even though I tried fairly hard (I admit I could have tried harder, turned in more homework, came in for help when I know I needed it), I still ended up with a B+ in math. Freshman year and sophomore years, I had only been able to pull off B's in my math classes. I don't think I am bad at math. But how will the academy view my grades? And more importantly, what can I do to make it better? I received a 720 in math on the SAT reasoning. Would it help if I took the SAT II's in Math Level II and scored high? How important is it to have a strong math background, how strong should you be in math, and how else can you show that other than in your grades?