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Hi all,

So here is the scenario. There are 2 CC's by me that are offering Organic Chemistry 1 this fall. I am registered at CC#1 but may want to take it at CC#2 based on the professor who teaches. 

My question is: do I enter this into CASPA before verification? 

Example: If I enter it in CASPA it locks it and shows that I am set to take Orgo at CC#1, but what if I change right before the semester and take it at CC#2? 

Should I just leave it off and submit it as an update after my caspa is verified. I don't want to run into issues if I end up not taking it at that institution. 

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You will want to choose a school and put it in the planned/in progress status before verification. Then if later you change which school you actually attend, go in and update CASPA . 

Schools will want to see what is planned in your future schooling to make sure you will have all of their pre-reqs completed/getting completed. 

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