dor940

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I took half of my pre-req classes at one university and then i transferred to a different university. So, now i am thinking about retaking some classes that i did bad in at the first university. So, should I retake thoses classes at the first university or would it be ok if take them at the school that i am at right now. Would it matter which school i take them at because pharmcas is just going to average the two grades anyways. Just want to hear what others have to say about this.
 

RxWildcat

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It'd be fine to retake them at your current university, assuming they are equivalent classes.
 

AutumnCloud

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Like RxWildcat said, you should definitely check to see if the classes are equivalent. As for taking it somewhere else, I think any universities will be fine as long as there's an improvement on your grades. For me personally, it's more important to re-take classes that are required for pharmacy school like major sciences because it's important to show them that you can earn the grades. Then you have a chance to tell them why you didn't do so well on your first try, etc... Good Luck! :)
 
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