Originally Posted by EL72
It can be either easy or exceedingly difficult depending on whether you are good at math/calculus/statistics.
Being good at real analysis has nothing to do with how good you are at calc or stats. Completely different topics of math.
Originally Posted by iammatt
Nothing is worse than analysis.
Originally Posted by poorsod
Really? Not even Number Theory or Abstract Algebra? I find analysis much more tangible.
Abstract algebra isn't that bad actually. Pure math courses are some of the hardest math courses I have ever taken, and graduate real analysis is probably one of the hardest courses I ever sat in (I majored in physics and took plenty of grad physics classes).