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h213

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Is dropping an unnecessary class bad after you have gotten into your choice? I think i slacked off too much :(
 

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As I know, if you are not working toward a degree and finished all the pre-requisite, you will be fine.
 

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its OK as long as:

1. it is not one of those 8 required courses
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2. Won't hurt your degree
 

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not sure about the U.S... but in Canada a potential problem would be for schools that want you to have a full course load... without that ur application would be voided... why not give the school a shout and see what they say....???
 

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Originally posted by Comet208
its OK as long as:

1. it is not one of those 8 required courses
AND
2. Won't hurt your degree

I like your style. Short, sweet, and to the point. I second your answer.
 
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