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I took Organic chemistry last semester and got a C-, so now my science GPA is ruined.

Are there any schools that don't require Ochem as a pre-req?

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almost all of the schools I am applying to do not specify O chem as a prereq but many require biochem and o chem is a pre req to take that class, so for these schools o chem won't affect your pre req GPA but will affect your science GPA

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