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Calc Requirement, is Applied ok?

Discussion in 'Pre-Pharmacy' started by serpant55, Dec 14, 2008.

  1. serpant55

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    I'm not afraid to do the real calculus or anything, but I only took Applied because it's offered way more than the regular calculus is. Is Applied okay or should I take a 'real' calc class?

    Thanks.
     
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  3. wolfpackhal

    wolfpackhal UNC PharmD class of 2013
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    It depends on the school, some may and some may not accept it.
     
  4. serpant55

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    So I guess I should call?..darn, thought there'd be a quick answer here :p

    But thanks anyway!
     
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  5. illtreaturite1

    illtreaturite1 PharmD in 2013
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    Your best bet is to call the school. I took Cal I over the summer, then realized that UC has applied cal in their pre-req's so I took Applied Cal I this semester. It was so watered down I was relatively bored after taking regular Cal over the summer (they require 9 quarter hours, and Cal I and Cal II would have satisfied it but I figured why stress myself since I was also taking Ochem)
     

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