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Workshop physics with integrated lab

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by leonardoson, Aug 3, 2015.

  1. leonardoson

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    Just switched my algebra based physics to workshop physics (calculus). It has integrated lab within the whole class and does not have a "lab" component added to my transcript. This counts as physics with lab for medschools correct?
     
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  3. WedgeDawg

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    Depends on how your school deals with this. At my school, all labs were integrated, but this was stated on my official transcript. If your school only does integrated labs, I think this is fine (as long as the "workshop" modifier isn't something that deviates heavily from traditional intro physics). However, if your school usually does non-integrated labs, I would talk to your registrar or pre-health office for clarification. We won't be able to give you a definite answer on this with the information listed here.
     

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