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bigbutrealdreams

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    Hi guys,

    Seems like it will be quite literally impossible for me to take Anatomy and Physiology anywhere/anytime in "real" life.
    Does anyone happen to know of credible online courses that yield grades that could be used in dental school application? Did anyone hear of ACS Distance Education?

    Many thanks to all!
     

    PassEdge

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      I would highly recommend this course from CMU:

      http://oli.cmu.edu/courses/free-open/anatomy-physiology/

      Aside from that, it depends on how you learn. If books are sufficient, then I would try to purchase a copy or PDF of Guyton and Hall's Human Physiology.
      Then, get Grey's Anatomy for yourself if you want to look cool. You'll probably get the book in medical school anyways.
       

      bigbutrealdreams

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        I would highly recommend this course from CMU:

        http://oli.cmu.edu/courses/free-open/anatomy-physiology/

        Aside from that, it depends on how you learn. If books are sufficient, then I would try to purchase a copy or PDF of Guyton and Hall's Human Physiology.
        Then, get Grey's Anatomy for yourself if you want to look cool. You'll probably get the book in medical school anyways.
        Thanks! But I am looking for credit courses =)
         
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