The situations in which this happen are either (1) conditional acceptance (i.e., you get accepted before you complete the course but are expected to have it prior to matriculation or graduation, depending on the school) or (2) special circumstances that make the prerequisite ridiculous. For instance, I have a BA in English but had only 3 credits of composition (the rest of my courses were Literature classes). Colorado requires 6 credits of composition, but I was not asked to go back and complete a second course. This sort of exception is also seen in cases when a prerequisite is too old. For instance, if you took Physics in the 1980s but have been working as a physicist ever since, you probably don't have to re-take Physics.Hello everyone,
Is anyone aware of any case where an applicant is accepted into a pharmacy school with a missing prerequisite, perhaps just one? Are there any alternative solutions or accommodations?
Thank you guys!