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Do you guys think, If I am ever gonna need my undergrad books in dental shool, do undergrad books like Bio, Organic, and etc have any usage in dental school?
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The simplest response is "no". I've kept a lot of my books however, simpy because I enjoy reading them. I especially enjoy my physiology and biochem books, and I'll probably keep them for many years to come, regardless of their academic use.

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i wouldn't be so quick to sell all your books back. i'd keep the physio, histo, micro books as reference. (i can't think of any more off the top of my head, but i'm sure there are more)
 

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Yeah, but most likely you'll be using graduate level books for these same courses. If you keep them, you might find them interesting, however they aren't going to give you any advantage over your peers.

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