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Senior Member
10+ Year Member
Jul 6, 2004
Medical Student

I am entering a post-bacc to finish my pre-reqs in fall (GChem, OChem, and Physics). I was reminded while applying for this that most medical schools require six credits of English (or at least "writing intensive" courses). At my school, I took one Honors English composition course which granted me six credits and waived the school requirement of taking the normal two course sequence. Would this suffice?

I have also taken other courses, such as a research course and a directed study, both of which my school considers writing intensive.

Yes, no, maybe good enough?
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