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Letters from science faculty?

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by X, Aug 7, 2002.

  1. X

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    I double majored in biochem and psych.
    If I sent in a letter from my psychology professor, would that be considered from a science faculty?


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  3. Mr. H

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    NO

    BCPM

    those are the sciences
     
  4. SMW

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    Psych is a social science, not a science.
     
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    I took two classes from this psych prof, one was heavily bio based. I have opted to include that as bio on the advice of my pre-med advisor. The problem is my AMCAS has not been verified yet, so I am not sure if they will allow that or not.....if they do, then is it okay? if I send it in now and AMCAS changes it, what do I do then?

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  6. SMW

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    If AMCAS changes it, which they probably will do, there's nothing you can, or need, to do about it.
     
  7. X

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    SMW,

    If they allow me to count that psych class as a bio - then would this psych professors letter be considered a science faculty letter?

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  8. SMW

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    I would not recommend counting on it. The answer would probably vary from school to school. So you'd better have another science letter waiting in the wings.
     

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