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Full Course Equivalents

Old 05-03-2018 at 06:14 PM   #1
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Full Course Equivalents

I'm considering to applying to med school. I was just viewing the prerequisites for U of T's med school, and they require full course equivalents

What exactly is a "full-course equivalent" and what does that mean in terms of McMaster?

Pls help
Old 05-06-2018 at 07:33 PM   #2
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Hi Neha,

My understanding is that a full course equivalent would be equal to taking a course for a full year. Mcmaster offers courses you finish in one semester so to do the equivalent of a full course you do two McMaster courses. For example, to do one full-course equivalent of chemistry you would have to do CHEM1A03 in one semester and CHEM1AA3 in a following semester and that adds up to a year of chemistry which is a full course.

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