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    Potential Transfer Student question

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    I am a current student at AUA. Finished all of the basic science courses except pathology 2. Failed it with a 63%, passing was 64%. Not been dismissed but trying to avoid going back to the island. Would I be able to transfer directly into 5th semester?

    Let me know what you guys think.

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    This is UMHS, not Windsor.....
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    Sorry about that, edited my post. Any chances to go directly into 5th?

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    Nope. You would definitely have to repeat Path II at UMHS
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    why would you think that if you have a failed class that you could somehow PROGRESS to the next term at another school? generally schools want a BETTER student to transfer not a bad one/
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    UMHS passing requirements is 70% and I am pretty sure to transfer into a new school ur transcript's gotta say Passing for that course...

    From the looks of it, you gotta retake path 2. You'll do better than last time, think of it that way. There is no way to avoid going back to the islands lol
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    And now for the official answer....
    No, you could not pass directly to 5th semester. Students must successfully pass all of the Basic Sciences in order to progress into the the 5th semesters and, then, the clinical sciences. If you wanted to transfer to UMHS, you would have to retake Path II, pass it succesffully and then move forward to Portland, Maine and the 5th semester.

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