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pre-med lab requirements

chismosochismoso Registered User Posts: 151 Junior Member
hi guys i am pretty confused on the lab requirements for the pre-medical route,

i've searched online and most lists say:
1 year general chem and lab
1 year general biology and lab
1 year physics and lab
1 year organic chemistry and lab

It doesn't specify how much lab we need to take so I got confused on that part. For example, for the Chem6 series, I know there is only one lab: Chem7L. But for Physics2a and Chem140, there are multiple labs that correspond with the classes and I was wondering how much lab do we need for pre-med. thanks
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