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I want to become an engineer, but my math level isn't high enough. Need advice.

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Make sure the university you apply to accepts the credits. It may be a better option to enroll in a community college and then transfer after you get your gen eds and basics
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Professor Leonard on youtube has the math you will need. He explains clearly with examples.

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