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not respect

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I don't need to finish them before senior year right? I can take some after I've applied and it'll still count? How does the school figure out if I'm eligible or not then?

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You should indicate list any future coursework on your AMCAS that you deem necessary. If you don't have prerequisites filled, list them as planned/future coursework. Its best to have the pre-reqs done before taking the MCAT, however.
 

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Well, it's a little too late for that :p That's good that I have enough time to take the classes though.
 
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Bacchus

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Most schools require you fulfill all requisites by matriculation.
 

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I would really try to have everything finished by the time you take the MCAT. I hadn't taken my 2nd physics course and it really hurt me (got a 7 is PS) As I went through Physics 2 last semester I was like dude this was on my MCAT!
 
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