For those who took summer science classes

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  1. NubianPrincess

    NubianPrincess Perpetually Bored

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    How many lab reports have to be written each week, if the class is only 6 or 8 weeks long?
     
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    I'm on the quarter system, so our summer quarters were 10 weeks in length just as our other quarters are. For organic chemistry, 2 labs a week = 2 lab reports. For quantitative analysis, 1 lab a week = 1 lab report, same for physics. It just depends on how many days you have lab.

    I heard that it's really hard for those on the semester system to adjust to the quarter system's short schedule, so good luck!
     
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    To go along with this topic (kinda) how many of you are haivng trouble inputing summer classes into the AMCAS application? After inputing all my classes chronologically by quarter it totally messes up when I "print application." It puts the summer school quarter as if I took it a year later. Is anyone else having the same problem? Would it be a HUGE deal if I just submitted my application this way?

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    I took summer Ochem, a 2 credit lab course that lasted 8 weeks. The avg. was about 4 lab reports a week, plus a a quiz each week.
    ughh
     
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    Thank you. So much for working this summer <img border="0" title="" alt="[Frown]" src="frown.gif" />
     

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