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AMCAS Question

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by UCLA Paratrooper, May 7, 2002.

  1. UCLA Paratrooper

    UCLA Paratrooper Senior Member

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    Hey!

    Quick question:

    - Are we supposed to put down all the classes we are planning to take until we graduate on the application?

    Thanks!!!

    UCLA Paratrooper

    PS...Good luck to all those who are applying this year!!!
     
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  3. crazygop

    crazygop Member

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    Yes - at least that is how it worked last year.
     
  4. Rapid Decomposition

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    But what if you aren't sure of which classes you will actually end up taking? Like, for the same GE requirement there are multiple classes you can take - if I just pick one does it matter if I eventually end up taking a different class?
     
  5. nezlab99

    nezlab99 Senior Member

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    <a href="http://forums.studentdoctor.net/ubb/ultimatebb.php?ubb=get_topic;f=1;t=011922" target="_blank">I asked the same question earlier. Click here.</a>
     
  6. Jessica

    Jessica Senior Member

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    I put in my classes for as far in the future that I was sure about (only up to Fall Qtr. of this year.) So, my AMCAS was missing my planned coursework for Winter and Spring QTRs of this year.... no one had a problem with it.

    I think it is most important to list your planned coursework if you have not taken some of the required coursework for entrance to med school... I don't think that it is a huge deal to leave it out otherwise.

    If you are still really worried, try calling the admissions offices of the schools that you are applying to.
     
  7. Rapid Decomposition

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    Thanks you guys. Yeah, I was only concerned about one particular GE class. I just put "Unspecified General Education Class" or something like that.
     

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