I'm sure you need to take that course (or sub it with something else) in order to be eligible for admissions. You can take the second half of inorganic chem at Ryerson U through their continuing education. Saba will grant you admissions but you'd need to fulfill their requirements (i.e. pass inorganic chem with a grade of 75+ or something like that) before starting classes.
Originally Posted by metukah
But if I were at your situation, I'd take Princeton Review courses and study HARD for the MCAT (by studying I mean doing mock exams every other day for 2months) and do well on the MCAT and apply to US or Canadian schools, not that Saba is an inferior school in terms of academics, but because it would make your life much simpler in the future. You got the GPA and MSc to get you there, be smart about your decision now!
University of Toronto - BSc (Hons) 2009
Saba University School of Medicine - Jan 2010
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