In your situation I would recommend a bridging course, or get a tutor who actually did math in uni so he can teach you the parts of MX1/MX2 that you'd need.

A math degree is definitely doable with only 2unit, provided you have a strong grasp of the fundamentals. If your math is only so-so, then just take the normal math stream, as the adv math stream will likely be a struggle. The adv math courses typically have MX1/MX2 as assumed knowledge. While it's fine if you don't know the MX1/MX2 topics, you should at least be someone who is theoretically capable of MX1/MX2.

You can through a science degree just fine with only 2u maths. You don't really need to take the adv math stream, especially if you don't think you're capable. In the end, nobody cares whether you graduated with a normal math or adv math major - "Math is math." (Mr. Incredible, 2018).

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