Hi, The reason im asking this is that i took the A-level examinations (University of London Examinations and Assessment Council aka ULEAC), and transferred credit for my gen bio, gen chem, and one semester of physics. The problem arises here: i got 6 credits for each of them (the person waived lab work for them too, since the A-level courses had practical components). Most medical schools i have researched require a year of each. I have taken higher level courses in bio, and finished the other semester of physics, but i havent taken any gen. chem courses (did the orgo stuff). I was wondering whether A-level is considered post-secondary (since it comes after the O-level examinations), since this would eliminate my worries, being in the application cycle for entering 2002. I have the syllabi at hand for these courses i had taken, and i could copy those for adcoms. Besides this, my application is pretty decent (gpa, MCAT etc), with only these courses causing a worry now. Any, any, any advice would be appreciated. Thanks a lot in advance.