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premed physics

muerteapablomuerteapablo Posts: 1,412- Senior Member
edited September 2008 in University of Pennsylvania
I know at other universities, premed physics tracks have available non-calculus based physics. Does Penn? I've looked, but it appears as though all of them require knowledge of single variable calc.
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Replies to: premed physics

  • chemnerd57chemnerd57 Posts: 22Registered User New Member
    Any respectable medical school will require u take a year of calculus anyways...
    Physics with calculus isnt much harder than without calc....
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