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Discussion in 'Pre-Dental' started by mashimlro, Jun 22, 2008.
P chem can be considered as an advanced physics class? or both chem and physics?
i marked it down as just chemistry.
...or hell on earth, whatever floats you boat....haha
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
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.
Very well said!
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.