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Can chem series be from a community college?

Discussion in 'Postbaccalaureate Programs' started by andyfromseattle, Nov 24, 2005.

  1. andyfromseattle

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    I know many schools want you to take your post bacc at a 4 year school, is it ok to take chem at a cc then take bio,ochem,physics at a 4 year? I figure if they see I do well in ochem they'll know I learned inorganic chem at the cc.

    Basically it could save me thousands (by not having to move as soon) so if possible I'd like to do that.
     
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  3. Sundarban1

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    Why don't you call the school or schools you are interested in and ask them if they accept CC credits.
     
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    i know that boston for sure does not CC and Indiana does not like it either. i took most of my prereqs at CC and was told that the question of why you took some classes in one place and some at anther might come up, like i was afraid of the challenge. but like you iwas saving money. i think that if you have a good excuse its ok. just make sure you get a good grade.
    good luck
     

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