Hello Everyone,

After a long ride and changing of majors. I've finally found that Math has been my passion for a long time. It sucks that when I went to a community college in 2014 I started off as a geology major but then decided it wasn't for me. Four years later, I'm stuck with a low GPA due to that fact I thought Chemistry was my passion but I didn't realize it till I was in Biochemistry where it was so boring and I couldn't handle it anymore. I took Organic Chemistry 1 and 2 plus Quantitative Analysis. I got a B- Quantitative Analysis but Cs in Organic chemistry 1 and 2 (Lab 1:C- Lab: A-). My GPA right now is 2.38 (One F and a couple of Cs due to chemistry). Overall GPA with CC and four year is 2.63.

All my math courses I took so far:

Intermediate Algebra: B

College Algebra & Trig: B

Precalculus: C

Calculus 1: D (first time), B(Second time)

Calculus 2: B-

Calculus 3: B

Current semester (2019 Semester) *Only math courses* I have History and Weather course I'm also taking

Introduction to Proofs

Complex Analysis

Differential Equations

Future possible courses:

UIUC Math 415 Applied Linear Algebra (Summer 2019)

Basic Analysis

Classical Algebra

Elementary Abstract Algebra

Advanced Calculus I (Probably, if offered)

At my University, there is no set of requirements except we get to pick which sets we like to complete and take two of each.

Algebra

Analysis

Geometry/topology

Probability/statistics

I'm doing Algebra and Analysis (Just four courses, two per set)

Research: Trying to discover what kind of area I like in math (Algebra Topology is something I like). Will email professors within the field. Already part of a research group in Atmospheric Science. Maybe I was thinking of combining math and Atmospheric Science and create a cool research topic relating to both (Applied math??)

I'm also taking Atmospheric Science courses as well. I have a minor in it. My major requires a minor.

Are there any Universities out there that would accept me? my goal is to get 3.00 or higher every semester from now on, but I'm debating if I should take more atmospheric science courses. My goal is to take Synoptic Meteorology 1.

Will be taking the GRE and GRE Math in Summer 2020!