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Rhubard
01-15-2012, 10:00 AM
I just realized looking Jag's 6-year curriculum that I would have to repeat classes that I've already taken such as organic chemistry and general chemistry. I'm a 2nd year university student in US and I've already finished these courses. Will Jag accept my grades and credits for these classes? I've gotten either A or B in most of these courses, I'd hate to repeat these courses over again. Or the only way out of this is to enroll into a 4 year program?

I was expecting that since the entrance exam is based on biology and chemistry (At first I thought they'd test me on physics..but that's not part of the package)...before admitting you to the school. If they are satisfied with the results from entrance exam and my transcripts, I was hoping I wouldn't have to repeat these classes. I knew I'd have to take biophysics and biochem, which I've dabbled into, but that's not a big deal. The annoying part is to repeat chems and general physics.

Polako
01-17-2012, 11:42 AM
im not sure about jag, but apparently PUMS may credit you... although id recommend attending and re-taking them







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