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Course Requirements

StupidCoffee1StupidCoffee1 Registered User Posts: 5 New Member
Im planning to attend an engineering school and most schools on my list require at least one year of chem, physics, and bio
I took biology a year, and physics for 3 years, but I have no experience in chemistry
So my original plan was to take chem during my senior year, but my schedule did not work out, and now I will have only one semester of chemistry

Will this impact admission's decision greatly?

What I am planning right now, is to take SAT2 Chemistry in December and explain that I do have an experience in area of chemistry....... or take Virtual High School during second semester, along with Chemistry 1 (I would have to overload)

If I choose to take SAT2 to back myself up,would that be enough?
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