Credit-Non-Credit (CR/NCR) option for my pre-req courses??

Dec 20, 2013
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Hey guys!
I hope your application is going well!

In our university, we have 'credit-no-credit system' (CR/NCR) which is basically you get Pass (credit) for grades over 50% and Fail (no credit) for grades below 50%.
When I was in first year, I did take one of the English courses as a CR/NCR option.
In this case, should I re-take the other english course to fulfill my pre-req??
Does dental school do NOT prefer Pass/Fail courses for the pre-req??

Please share some insights on this.
Thanks:)
 
Mar 28, 2014
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You'll have to retake that course or take another english course for a letter grade unfortunately. All schools have their list of prerequisites that you must take for a letter grade on their website and they usually require 2 semesters of an English course.
 
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Loving123
Dec 20, 2013
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You'll have to retake that course or take another english course for a letter grade unfortunately. All schools have their list of prerequisites that you must take for a letter grade on their website and they usually require 2 semesters of an English course.
Thank you so much!
BTW if I take other un-related course as a CR/NCR, does it look bad??
 
Mar 28, 2014
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Thank you so much!
BTW if I take other un-related course as a CR/NCR, does it look bad??
I'm not sure I understand your question...do you mean if it will look bad if you take, say, a music class for cr/ncr? If so, then I don't think that will look bad at all since its not directly related to dentistry
 
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Loving123
Dec 20, 2013
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I'm not sure I understand your question...do you mean if it will look bad if you take, say, a music class for cr/ncr? If so, then I don't think that will look bad at all since its not directly related to dentistry
Yeah. That is what I meant to say. Thanks for your reply!