Question on ENGLISH requirement

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by Chucky, Apr 9, 2002.

  1. Chucky

    Chucky Junior Member

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    Hi all:
    Most schools requires a year of english for admission. I am currently a sophmore now and have taken tons of courses that meets composition requirements, like Comparative Literature, Composition, and Cinema. However, none of these courses are titled "english", do the courses counts toward the requirement or should I take courses that is titled "english #"?

    I really need you guys to help me out on this one, registration starts tommorrow! thanks
     
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  3. deva

    deva Senior Member

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    I don't have any courses titled "English..." and I got into medical school. Admissions committees aren't stupid; they can figure out which courses required writing. And actually, in the AMCAS application, you have to categorize all of your classes, so it will be obvious which ones were English courses.
     

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