Genetics or Developmental biology?

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  1. Bigbirdo

    Bigbirdo 5+ Year Member

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    These two are the electives I need to take for my major. Which one is more helpful in term of preparing me for courses in dental school?
     
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  3. Bigbirdo

    Bigbirdo 5+ Year Member

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    Anyone?
     
  4. IsaacYankem

    IsaacYankem 2+ Year Member

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    Probably genetics. When you say development bio, you mean Embryo?
     
  5. MasterDental

    MasterDental 2+ Year Member

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    Take genetics. I think it will be a little more helpful for school. Also it will probably be a for sure A. Developmental bio was way more challenging in my opinion. At leat at my school with my professor.
     
  6. Bigbirdo

    Bigbirdo 5+ Year Member

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    the course focuses on simple animal like fruit fly, should i take it?
     
  7. IsaacYankem

    IsaacYankem 2+ Year Member

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    Have you taken your DAT yet?

    Fruit fly development is useless for D-School. Is that what you mean? I'm confused by your wording
     
  8. Daneosaurus

    Daneosaurus D2 5+ Year Member

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    Genetics is a core requirement for bio majors at my school. Developmental bio can only be taken after A&P 1 and 2. So, I'd say genetics.
     
  9. Bigbirdo

    Bigbirdo 5+ Year Member

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    Yeah, i meant fruit fly development. I think i am going to take genetics, Thank u very much
     
  10. IsaacYankem

    IsaacYankem 2+ Year Member

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    Yeah, then def. take genetics. Good luck
     
  11. ncamc

    ncamc Endure and Survive 2+ Year Member

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    CT
    genetics
     

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