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Discussion in 'Pre-Dental' started by s1refrosty, May 15, 2008.

  1. s1refrosty

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    Hey,

    My spring semester ends late April, but offer students an opportunity to take a single course during the entire month of May. My school calls it 'May Term.'


    For term, would I recognize it as Summer I??

    edit: perhaps, an 'interim' term? I know the meaning of the word, just not how it would apply to a term in school...

    (ps. my school is ran on semesters)


    **If it's interim for term, wouldn't term type have to be 'unit' then?
     
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  3. Dan3223

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    The wording of your question is a bit unclear....

    I think you are asking what you would call your schools 'may term' ...

    It takes place during summer.... so sure, i'd call it summer.
     
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  4. AdaAda87

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    Yes, I'd say it would be summer, since its not in the normal school year. Good luck with apps.
     

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