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Limitations on Community College work...i am worried NOW!

Discussion in 'Dental' started by Mstoothlady2012, May 7, 2007.

  1. Mstoothlady2012

    5+ Year Member

    Apr 7, 2007
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    Dental Student
    :scared: There are so many schools that i want to apply to have the limitation on community college work....I transferred from CC to 4-yr Uni...i have 65 credit hours from CC & i will have about 68 credit hours from UCF when i graduate with my bachelors....what am i suppose to do? i should not apply to those schools where they have limitations? or should i give it a try?? i called the schools & they are not giving a straight forward answer...all they said was you can give it a try ...we will have to look at your application...but you wont be a strong applicant! uhh!!

    Following are the limitations on the schools that i want to apply..
    Nova - 60
    Uni of Louisville - 60
    Case - 60
    Temple - CC work accepted in non-basic science courses only
    Virginia Common wealth - 60
    Marquette - 4-yr uni courses preferred

    what do you guys think should i apply to these schools or not? is there anyone else who i having the same trouble?or is there any1 who got accepted to any of these schools with more than 60 credit hours at CC?Any help will be appreciated

    thanks in advance!!
  2. PChemGrad

    PChemGrad I am a banana.
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    Jun 29, 2006
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    Do a search and you will find that A LOT of people that went to a CC got into d-school. I went to a CC, and did all of my science pre-reqs there, and am going to Temple in the Fall. In the end it all comes down to the applicant and what they have done.
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  3. tinman831

    tinman831 ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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    Dec 11, 2004
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    Exactly. A school is willing to bend the rules for you if they see you as a good candidate. :)

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