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general bio?

Discussion in 'Pre-Dental' started by losdientes, Nov 30, 2008.

  1. losdientes

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    I'm a sophomore and though I have yet to officially declare it, I'm a Biology major.
    My issue is, I know every school requires a year of general biology with lab. The only "general" bio class I can think of is our intro to bio 100 class. I'm not allowed to take this class due to the fact I will have already completed cell bio at the 200 level. The rest of my classes will be specific, such as ecology, animal bio, plant bio, genetics, etc. Because I will eventually be completing all of the topics discussed in the general bio class, I'm assuming this will satisfy the requirement?
     
  2. eternalxdemon

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    you should.
     
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  3. dentalmagnet

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    Talk to a pre-health or bio adviser at your school. They know exactly what you need.
     
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