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Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by Nvr Ending Jrny, Mar 21, 2004.

  1. Nvr Ending Jrny

    Nvr Ending Jrny Senior Member
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    HEy everyone. I need to take orgo1/physics1 in the fall and they are 5 credits each (3lecture2lab). How many other classes should i take? should I have around 15 credits like usual or is it okay to take 13 or 14 because of the fact it's orgo/physics?
     
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  3. HessExpress

    HessExpress Holy Macaroni
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    i see no reason why you would have to take less credits, whatever people tell you about physics and organic is generally exaggerated.
     
  4. bewitched1081

    bewitched1081 Senior Member
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    its true that people tend to exaggerate the difficulty of some classes, but just be ready to step up your studying.
     
  5. jlee9531

    jlee9531 J,A,S
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    conceptually ochem and physics are hard for some people to grasp. and due to the fact that those classes are going to be 5 units each...prolly gonna be time consuming with the labs and such...

    so if you dont have a need to cram in a lot of classes for any particular reason then just take 3 classes...

    these two and another 4 unit one...for 14 units.

    good luck this upcoming semester.
     

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