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hellopeople

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To fullfill one of my graduation requirements I can take either comparative vertebrate anatomy or Introduction to Neurobiology. Which sounds better/ more relevant to dental school?
 

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To fullfill one of my graduation requirements I can take either comparative vertebrate anatomy or Introduction to Neurobiology. Which sounds better/ more relevant to dental school?

they are both important, but def go with anatomy:thumbup:
 

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I would go for neurobiology, I think it would be more interesting.
 

dentalWorks

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classical anatomy is better... but this is comparative anatomy, you woun't learn as much about human anatomy in it....

I say go neurobio
 

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I would also go for Neurobiology.

I have taken a comparative animal physiology class, and currently a neurophysiology class. I would say already that the neuro class is more like what to expect in dental school. (although when it is all said and done, I think the comparative class will prove more interesting, but that could just be the difference in professors).
 

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I took neurobiology and i really enjoyed it...I would say neurobio too
 
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