Biochemistry Course

Discussion in 'Pre-Dental' started by shalin014, 05.14.14.

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  1. shalin014

    shalin014

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    I am currently a 3rd year Bioengineering major at a UC. I am taking the last quarter of the biochemistry series at my school. I got A-s for the first two quarters, but this quarter I am at the risk of getting a B- or even a C+. My overall GPA is 3.907 right now and my science is 3.8 +. Would you guys recommend I pass/fail this last quarter since most dental schools only require, at max, 2 quarters of biochemistry. Or, do you guys recommend I take the B- and let my GPA go down?

    I am applying this summer and I would like to get into one of the better schools. My DAT: 23AA 22TS 19PAT 27QR 24RC 24GC 22OC and 20BS.

    Thanks in advance.
     
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  3. packerland

    packerland

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    I would not do pass/fail. I think you're better off taking the B-. You have a great GPA and awesome DAT, given your stats, I wouldn't worry about a B- in biochem.
     

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