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    I just wanted to get some clarification on the pre-reqs for the md program. It says that you require one year of biology, organic, inorganic, physics and english. Biology i have from first year. Organic, im taking organic I and will be taking organic II next semestor. Now for Inorganic, can my first year general chemistry susbtitute for that or do i have to take the higher year inorganic classes. I can take the inroganic I next semstor, but inorganic II is a little more difficult because i would require analytical and physical chemistry for that which i dont need for my degree anyways. SO my question is on Inorganic, that what does inroganic mean exactly. Any help will be appreciated.

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    similar to you, i took 2 years of chemistry: year 1 was general chemistry with labs and year 2 was organic chemistry with labs.

    my first year general chemistry was considered inorganic and my second year was my organic. With these 2 years of chemistry I met the admission requirements you are mentioning.

    basically, it sounds like when you are done taking organic chemistry next term you will have completed the chemistry requirements.



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    I just wanted to get some clarification on the pre-reqs for the md program. It says that you require one year of biology, organic, inorganic, physics and english. Biology i have from first year. Organic, im taking organic I and will be taking organic II next semestor. Now for Inorganic, can my first year general chemistry susbtitute for that or do i have to take the higher year inorganic classes. I can take the inroganic I next semstor, but inorganic II is a little more difficult because i would require analytical and physical chemistry for that which i dont need for my degree anyways. SO my question is on Inorganic, that what does inroganic mean exactly. Any help will be appreciated.

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    thaaanks for the info, i did email the MUA administration and the individual said that general chemistry will do.
    that saves me the headache of doing inorganic since i don't need it anyways.
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    similar to you, i took 2 years of chemistry: year 1 was general chemistry with labs and year 2 was organic chemistry with labs.

    my first year general chemistry was considered inorganic and my second year was my organic. With these 2 years of chemistry I met the admission requirements you are mentioning.

    basically, it sounds like when you are done taking organic chemistry next term you will have completed the chemistry requirements.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamalhurrice View Post
    thaaanks for the info, i did email the MUA administration and the individual said that general chemistry will do.
    that saves me the headache of doing inorganic since i don't need it anyways.
    Freshman-level, non-organic chemistry =
    inorganic (not organic), general Chemistry


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    u took the words right out of my mouth.
    Quote Originally Posted by skull View Post
    Freshman-level, non-organic chemistry =
    inorganic (not organic), general Chemistry

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