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Retaking classes-long BA degree

the prodogy

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Feb 21, 2007
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I've been majoring in health sciences and had no plans on going to med school after I graduate, but I recently became interested and am now a pre-med student. The problem is that I didn't take some classes as seriously as I should have in the past, since all I wanted was a bachelors, and I also need to take Ochem, physics, and calc, on top of my core classes for my major. Retaking the classes I got a C on and taking all the classes I still need to take, I may end up graduating when I'm 6-7 years into college. Will med schools look down on this? Do they see that you had to retake classes and bring your application down?
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