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What Prereqs? Dev, Vert Anat, BioChem?

Discussion in 'Pre-Dental' started by jabeck74, Nov 16, 2005.

  1. jabeck74

    jabeck74 Senior Member
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    What classes should I take next semester? I definitely need to take BioChem.

    But of the following which would be better?

    Developmental Biology
    Vert Anatomy

    I have already had a lower division A&P class and an upper div pathophysiology class. I am wondering if developmental or vert anatomy would be better...both of these would be upper div. I have also had a lower division histo class which probably won't count for much since it is lower div.

    Thanks
     
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  3. brainfreeze

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    I would go with anatomy even though both are good classes to prep for dental school. I'm taking 'functional human anatomy' right now and it's so much info I don't expect to remember much of it when I'm done. I'd rather be facing that now than in dental school. I figure it's a good class to a head start on.
     
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    Vert Anatomy.
     

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