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  1. I will not be working this semester and have not been able to find any places to volunteer or shadow. I currently have a 3.65. I have just seen that these classes seem to also taught or discusses in PA school, so I was thinking the extra practice wouldn't hurt. Many people have said Genetics is horrible here because the professors are rude towards their students but I just know I'm required to take it to graduate.
  2. So I was thinking of taking 4 science classes this upcoming Fall semester and one GE class. I slacked off my first year and a half in college, and recently noticed how many interesting/ useful courses are taught at my university that seem to be beneficial for PA school, but I am already a senior. I am used to taking 3 science classes, but do not know if I should try for 4. Right now, I have biochemistry 1, evolution, genetics + lab, and microbiology + lab plus my GE class. Microbiology is fully online and the other 3 are remote due to Covid 19. The reason I am trying to push myself for four is because I want to take Anatomy in the spring which requires a lot of self studying, but also Immunology + Serology, which is the same way. Immunology + Serology is not required for me to graduate, but seems beneficial. Should I just take anatomy and microbiology Spring semester and not take immunology + serology at all? The reason I can't take some during the Fall is because of schedule conflicts or some courses aren't taught in the Fall. What are your thoughts?
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