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>5 year old chemistry coursework


2+ Year Member
Apr 25, 2019
Laniakea Supercluster
  1. Dental Student
My general chemistry coursework are older than 5 years and some schools have a limit on the age of coursework. However, I remained academically active up to 2019 and also got a 28 on the general chemistry section of the DAT. I also recently took an upper level physical chemistry course and got an A-. Are there any schools that are inflexible with their coursework age requirement?

If it's a school I really like, I don't mind too much about having to retake a course or two but its obviously not financially ideal in an already expensive process.
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