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In the University I go to my physics lab class is CR/NC, is this okay for med schools?

doctorastro

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    You get 4 credits and a grade for the lecture part, but the lab part is separate and is credit/no credit and you get no grade and it is worth 1 credit. is this okay for med schools, or do they require an actual grade that can be used for GPA?
     

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      You get 4 credits and a grade for the lecture part, but the lab part is separate and is credit/no credit and you get no grade and it is worth 1 credit. is this okay for med schools, or do they require an actual grade that can be used for GPA?
      Its fine as it is your UG policy. Besides as with most schools like this the lab grade if any is rolled into lecture
       
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