Harvard Math Survey

In May 2014, a group of students in the undergraduate math community wrote and conducted a poll of Harvard undergraduate life in the math department. The questions were designed to help provide answers to questions the students believed were of importance to the Harvard math community.  Central topics of study are high school math preparation, freshman year math class taken, self-perceived rank within the department and the math advising system. These are investigated and presented below, frequently in combinations of one or more topics.

We hope this poll will foster a productive dialogue about how to make the Harvard math community as strong as it can be.    We encourage you to share to thoughts by posting in the comments section or contacting the authors.

This is what we found: