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Discussion in 'Pre-Dental' started by tuannguyen, Jun 4, 2008.

  1. tuannguyen

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    Well, here I am, next year will be my first year in college(big world). I wanted to be a dentist since i was little and it's time to make my dream come true.
    But i dont know where to start, i dont know what I'm going to do in my first two years of college. here is my plan:
    1)I will go to a unknown college for the first 2 years( cause i heard everyone said : what you study during your first 2 years is the same at every college, true?)
    2) after that i will transfer to a college that offered pre-med/dent program and try my best to get a good GPA and DAT score
    3) If i make it to dental school i will do the rest of the program there.
    BUt what do i have to do during my first to years in college?( what courses should i take)
    any suggestion ? or any advice?
    Any way Im freaking out and scared.
    Thank you
     
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  3. ucla2134

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    Hi!
    My advice is that talked to the predental counselor at your school. Pretty much dental school require B.S before matriculation, prerequisite class: gchem, orgo, physics, one year of biology, some school require biochemistry, intro psychology.
    Don't worry, you are still young
     
  4. doc toothache

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  5. Jaba

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    i donno, but I would probably stick to just going to a university.... lots of schools don't take cc pre-req courses from college.
     

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