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  1. I am in the process of filling out my CASPA application and, under Program Materials for each program I am applying to, it asks me to assign the course from my transcript entry to each respective prerequisite. I am having trouble deciding which courses to assign in some cases. For example, for "Anatomy", I have the option to assign A&P I (in lieu of Anatomy, since I did not take that class) and for "Physiology", I have the option to assign A&P II. I have taken A&P I and A&P II, but I have ALSO taken actual Physiology (which was a more advanced class). For the programs requestin
  2. When I took "Microbiology with Laboratory" at my college it showed up on my transcript as "Microbiology." My biochemistry course also had a lab component but it also just shows up as "biochemistry" on my official transcript. In CASPA, there was no way to clarify this and although I was a bio major and have plenty of labs, I am concerned that if I don't send some clarification on this to the relevant programs, I will not look as strong as other applicants or that the program might even not consider my application because of a "missing" lab requirement. Same issue with the English Comp requ
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