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Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - DO' started by Jezzielin, Nov 27, 2005.

  1. Jezzielin

    Jezzielin Senior Member
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    Can schools still admit you or do they put you on hold if you still have classes to be taken. They will be done by graduation, but can they still accept me anyway?

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  2. docmd2010

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    from what i konw and have heard, they will still interview you, but if you get an acceptance, it's contingent upon completion of the missing course(s)
     
  3. HunterGatherer

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    Yes. Medical schools will accept you even though you are going to graduate in spring 2006. You are still expected to complete prereqs, have passing grades in the spring, and graduate (most cases).
     
  4. dr.z

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    I believe this is the case too.
     

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