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P chem can be considered as

Discussion in 'Pre-Dental' started by mashimlro, Jun 22, 2008.

  1. mashimlro

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    P chem can be considered as an advanced physics class? or both chem and physics?
     
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    i marked it down as just chemistry.
     
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    ^^^ ditto...


    ...or hell on earth, whatever floats you boat....haha
     
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    physical chemistry = physical is he adjective for the noun of chemistry. so the main subject is chemistry, with a physical emphasis.

    if it were Chemical Physics, then I would mark it as physics :)
     
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    It states on the AADSAS website that they are being more stringent with course designations this year, whatever that means. If a class is given under the Chem dept, designate it as chem. Otherwise, AADSAS will just change it to the correct designation.
     
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    Very well said! :laugh:

    And yea, use the department that you took the course from. The name of the course means nothing (my P-Chem class was called Thermodynamics & Equilibria) but class code was Chem 335 or something like that. Use the class code to designate the class.
     

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