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Question about my chances of getting to Emory University

warrenmalariewarrenmalarie Registered User Posts: 1 New Member
edited January 2010 in Christian Colleges
I am going to be in the 11th grade next year. I am debating between taking Honors Physical Science and Physics. Which would look better on my transcript for Emory Medical? I would like to study to be a physical therapist. :) thanks
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Replies to: Question about my chances of getting to Emory University

  • wildwoodscottwildwoodscott Registered User Posts: 68 Junior Member
    You might want to ask your question on the Emory thread. My advice is to take the hardest science courses that are offered. I am guessing that that would mean physics, but at your high school that might not be true.
  • Whistle PigWhistle Pig - Posts: 4,093 Senior Member
    agree w/ scott. Even w/ methodist roots and a U. divinity school, it's definitely not a "Christian" college in the traditional definitions. My guess is the d school is like Chicago ...intellectual presentation of world religions rather than the case for Christ.
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