biology courses

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by acnikyj, Sep 24, 2001.

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    my school does not offer sequential general biology courses for bio majors and pre-med students. also, they offer seperate lab and lecture classes. according to other students, taking a semester each of cell and molecular bio, eukaryotic cell lab, organismic bio (botany), and plant laboratory should be sufficient for application to medical school. i will be taking all of these and either genetics or microbiology (whichever fits my schedule), however no classes cover body systems of human anatomy, except for an easy nonscience majors course, or a physical education course. do you think i will encounter difficulty in getting into med school? do the classes i'm taking meet the requirements?
     
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    Botany (of any sort) almost universally cannot be used to fulfill the bio requirement. However, it appears you will be fine using the other courses.
     

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