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Classes at Community College or post bac?

scota

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Umm...I did Bio. I and II at a community college; I opted to not take any more of my pre-reqs at a CC because I thought adcoms would frown at that. I'm starting a state school this summer where I'll be taking g. chem., o. chem., physics, biochem and physiology. Good luck...
 

vtucci

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The word is that adcoms frown on community college classes. I would look into your 4 year university-- it still does not have to be an official post-bac program. Also, if you took those classes more than 5 years ago, many adcoms advise that you repeat them (regardless of how well you did).
 
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