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Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - DO' started by zapatistasup, Jun 15, 2008.

  1. zapatistasup

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    Hi, my final grades from last semester were just made available as part of my official transcript. I already sent in a transcript and its been received by AACOMAS but it doesn't have last semesters grades. One of the classes i took last semester was a prereq and i did well last semester in general. On the application i just listed the last semester as "in progress." Should i send an updated transcript and change last semester to "completed," with grades entered, or should i just submit my application now, with last semester labeled "in progress"? What do schools do if a prereq is in progress? I'm afraid I'm getting late in the application cycle :(
     
  2. TexasTriathlete

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    Have your school send the update to aacomas. They will update it.
     
  3. PersianDO

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    sub com. marcos,
    all i have to say to you is...i'm way behind in the application process...i still have to take the mcats =(
     
  4. CDO2012

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    your not late in the app cycle yet. I would make sure that everything is up to date or you may risk the school questioning your application. The schools want all the current info. I took the MCAT in June last year and then applied late July and was still perfectly fine.
     

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