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    Hey guys

    I just wanted to know if anyone could shed some light on some info i need. I am currently in pre-med in the domincan republic. by the end of pre-med i will have all the courses required for med except a 2nd semster of orgo. Is it still possible to get into St.matthews or do i need to do that orgo here. Is it possible to take just that one course there and continue with basic med. If anyone has any info lemme know...thank you

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    Hey there,

    You have to take that semester of orgo before you come here to St. Matt's. St. Matt's doesn't offer any type of undergrad oriented classes. Gota hit orgo 2 up before you apply to Matt's. Hope this helps!

    skidoc42
    B.S. (Chem.): Univ. of Pittsburgh
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