How does AP credit work with the pre-med school requirements?

Apr 1, 2020
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I am a high school senior getting ready to choose my school and head out into the world of pre-med college. However, I had a- probably stupid- question about how AP credit will fit into my pre-med curriculum. I understand that there are basic courses such as General Chem and Bio that I will be required to take by the AAMC as pre-requisites for applying for med school. However, will I still be required to take courses such as Calc I+II or my gen ed English courses that I have AP credit for? Or will I have to retake those courses as well?
Here's a list of my AP Courses that I have credit for so far/plan to take the aptest for:
AP Human Geo
AP Biology
AP Chemistry
AP Calc BC
AP English Language and Composition
AP Statistics
AP English Literature and Composition
AP Macroeconomics/Microeconomics
AP Physics C: Mechanics + E/M
AP Psychology
 

Kota1000

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Where ever you go to premed school, they will either award you credits for equivalent classes at the college level, or they will use the AP classes as a judgement for where to place you in classes freshmen year. It depends on the college. With all the AP credits you have, I recommend finding a college that awards credit for most if not all of those classes. It will help you get ahead and the classes may be prerequisites for med school.
 
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