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Hello, my university goes by the quarter system and the organic chemistry sequence only spans two quarters. I noticed that some medical schools require an entire year/the full sequence of organic chemistry and was just wondering if that meant I would need to take a third organic chemistry course elsewhere to satisfy this requirement or would I just have to contact every medical school I apply to that requires the full sequence of organic chemistry to clarify that these two quarters were the entire sequence. I was just wondering if anyone had similar circumstances when applying to medical schools and what the different medicals you applied to said about it. Thank you!
 
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