Iamdumb

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Hi,

So I have a tiny or major (depending on how you see it) problem and I was wondering if anyone else here is going through the same thing or has prior experience with it.

For all of my premed classes, I:

1) was given credit for it upon entering college

2) was given credit after asking the relevant professor in college to give me an advanced standing examination for it. e.g. orgo I and II - told them that I knew everything that they were going to teach and had them test me and give me credit for it

3) took them in my freshman year and i come from a school where all freshmen are graded on a pass/fail basis.

any idea how the adcoms would view this? :(

Thanks.
 

Mooby

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I don't really think it'd be a problem as long as you take enough upper level courses in bio/chem to give them an idea of your academic prowess. Also, you're MCATs will become especially important since there will be so few GPA hours on your transcript.
 

63768

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as long as it shows up on transcripts and there's proof that you've completed these courses/credit for these courses, you're fine. it's all about the transcript.
 
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