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question about courses being expired

Discussion in 'Pre-Pharmacy' started by uwmissy, Jun 15, 2008.

  1. uwmissy

    uwmissy New Member
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    Normally, after how many years do our classes expire? Expire as in too old for the pharm. schools to accept those courses.

    I just graduated yesterday with a BA, but I don't plan on applying for pharm school until 1-2 years later. This would mean my gen.chem. courses (and couple other science classes) that I took my freshman year would be 5-6(7?) years old.

    I know it might vary from school to school... but on average? Just so I can get ballpark estimate.

    Thanks guys :)
     
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  3. ddoUSN

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    Hello,
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  4. uwmissy

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    Depends on the school. Normally, schools consider classes taken after a 6 year haitus from school (meaning you weren't in school for the last 6 years) as expired (yet you still have to report it, etc). If you were in school for the last 6 years with no long periods of absence, you should be okay.

    Double check with the adcom at the school you plan on applying to.
     

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