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UCLA Chem 14 series vs. 20/30 series

thrill3rnit3thrill3rnit3 Posts: 1,413Registered User Senior Member
This probably [ most likely? definitely? ] has been asked a million times around here. But what exactly is the difference between the chem 14 series and the 20/30 series.

I am majoring in neuroscience [ Med School/Graduate School bound ]. Here is the listed requirements from the website:

Chemistry and Biochemistry 14A, 14B, 14BL, 14C, 14CL, 14D OR 20A, 20B, 20L, 30A, 30AL, 30B, 30BL

what exactly is the difference?
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