psych2PA Posted July 9, 2017 Share Posted July 9, 2017 Hello everyone! I have a question pertaining to CASPA. I am a first-time applicant and I seem to have a pretty good grasp on the CASPA portal system however a new concern dawned on me. Forgive me if theres already a thread on this, but I want to know the correct approach to take. So basically, under "program materials" on CASPA for each school, the school usually has a "prerequisite tab" in which you match the science courses from your transcripts uploaded on CASPA, to the school's pre-requisites. For example, it will say "Biology" and if the school requires you to have taken BIO 1 & 2, you would match those to that. Now what I'm wondering is what if the school says on their website for requirements: " 2 semesters in biology; Microbiology or genetics is recommended" (this is actually the case for NYITs requirements, but other schools list something similar), now my question is: WOULD it be smart to match only 2 biology courses you've taken, OR should you list ALL OF THEM? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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