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AACOM: Question about Repeat courses

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - DO' started by spundit, May 23, 2005.

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  1. spundit

    spundit Junior Member 7+ Year Member

    Oct 6, 2003

    I had a question about repeat courses. I took the 1st semester of
    general biology and chemistry from one school, then repeated similar
    1st semester general biology and chemistry classes in another
    institution. Are these considered repeated courses, or are repeated
    courses considered as such from the same institution?

    Any feedback would be greatly appreciated. I took 3 science classes as an undergrad and i repeated all the major science classes as a post-bacc at another school.
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  3. stoleyerscrubz

    stoleyerscrubz Registered User and Stuff 5+ Year Member

    Apr 28, 2004
    If it is the same course then it is a repeat regardless if it was from the same school or same course number.

    I took Chem 100 "General Chemistry 1" at one school and then I took chem 141 at another school "Analytical and Qualitative Analysis, but they are both intro chem classes(no prereqs) with labs for science majors. And they covered the same material.I counted them as repeats.


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