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I made a B in community college for history 1

TsurikayaTsurikaya Registered User Posts: 2 New Member
Will this affect me negatively when I apply for dental school in a few years? Should I retake the course? I got an 89 and it bummed me out pretty bad. I am a university student and took History 1 in CC and got a B. Thank you

Replies to: I made a B in community college for history 1

  • LuminouzzLuminouzz Registered User Posts: 1,885 Senior Member
    edited August 2018
    No definitely don't retake the course; not worth it. Just try to get A's from now on, especially in your STEM classes. Nobody is going to reject you for one (or even a few) B's. I think the average GPA for admitted med school applicants was 3.5 - 3.6 in the last few years; you should aim higher than that (3.7-3.8 is very solid), but a few B's is fine.

    So relax haha :)
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