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pre-med course order

estrella834estrella834 Registered User Posts: 25 New Member
edited May 2006 in Pre-Med Topics
Is there any particular order to take the pre-med courses? There are four basic science pre-requisites to take in three years, which two classes do you recommend taking the same year?
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  • bost88bost88 Registered User Posts: 195 Junior Member
    on that note, what classes would you take with orgo which requires a huge time committment?? Should you take another science with it or only easy humanities courses such as a language and psychology or something??
  • BigredmedBigredmed Registered User Posts: 3,732 Senior Member
    Take your organic semesters easy is my reccomendation. I would not however take a language at the same time, at least not at my school where language classes tended to be very time consuming.

    Most people will throw the bio classes in when they can. Unless of course you're a bio major, in which case those courses are where you are going to focus your scheduling efforts.
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