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I have a situation on my hands. I have registered for my last semester of classes. Within those classes I am in a physiology lab, that is not human physiology lab and it virtual...This is the only physiology type of lab in my school. I know many schools do not take virtual labs. I spoke to one school and they said they will use two other labs as compensation. Also, I registered for an abnormal psych class, but I am not sure if I should keep it. So any advice for the physiology lab and abnormal psychology?   


 

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I'm not sure what you're asking. You know most programs won't take the virtual non-human physiology lab. Take one at a different school. But, you already know that.

 

Most programs require or want abnormal psychology, so again, what would you like to know?

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