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    mulberry is offline Member 539 points
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    Post-Bacc pre-reqs

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    If one did not fully complete all science courses at a university, would it be a red flag for admissions if the student was to take the rest of his/her required pre-reqs at a community college?

    I understand I can email admissions but I want to know what you guys think about this as well.

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    hey... when i was starting med 1 ther were alot of students who were in med 1 ( Basic Sciences 1st sem)... who din have a college degree.. to be honest u can never be certain... if you take a pre req at a cc... and they dont accept it... then they will prolly put u in ther pre med program... u shud call them and GET SOMETHING WRITTEN ( dont jst take ther word)... saying tht they will accept the classes ur taking... if not then doing a couple of sem of pre med doesnt hurt... thts wat i did... but back then we din have tht many loan issues... gluck hopefully everything works out

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