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  1. Hi all! I am applying to PA schools and need to fulfill ONE LAST academic requirement....Anatomy and Physiology 1 & 2 with lab. Still kicking myself for not taking the courses in college. I graduated with an undergraduate degree in Microbiology and a graduate degree in Bioterrorism and Infectious Diseases, so I meet all other prereqs. The problem is that I work a full time job with the FDA that is 50% travel, so I am not able to take the AP courses in person. I know this is a drawback for some schools, but I am afraid I don't have another option. Does anyone know of any online AP classes with lab from accredited schools that are known to be accepted at a variety of PA schools? Any and ALL help is greatly appreciated! Thank you so much! -Tara
  2. Hello All, I took AP statistics in high school and later received credit for it at the University of Wisconsin - Madison. Most schools are accepting this as the stats prereq, but from what I can tell- Duke does not? Any insight on this? Thanks!
  3. maggieo

    Entering AP credit

    I've read a few posts about this but nothing has quite answered my question...I took an AP class in high school and am trying to enter it into CASPA. It shows up on one of my transcripts (I transferred universities after my first year) as Psych 202, Intro to Psych, 3 credits, etc. but doesn't have a grade accompanying it. What would I put in the grade section of CASPA? I've read a few things, among them putting "CR" for credit or a "5" for the score I got on the AP test..does anyone know the correct way to go about this? Thank you!
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