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  1. Hey! Thanks for the response. Good to hear general A&P isn't required -- that's one less class to worry about haha. I'm also planning on taking prerequisites on a class-by-class basis instead of an official post-bacc so that I can work in the meantime. It's a lot of cross-checking since each school is different. Congrats on completing yours!!
  2. Thank you for the response! This is a huge help. I also see that you accepted an offer at U of Arizona -- congratulations! Do you mind my asking what type of post-bacc you completed?
  3. Hi, everyone! I'm an out-of-field applicant who needs to complete a post-bacc program still yet, but I'm a bit confused about ASHA's requirements for non-related coursework in addition to each grad school's CSD prerequisites. While I know that many schools don't require these courses to be completed before beginning a post-bacc, I'd prefer to get them out of the way at a community college before signing up for an official post-bacc. Here are my questions: 1) Do I need to take chem AND physics courses? Or can I choose one? 2) Some schools list A&P instead of biology, but A&P isn't listed on ASHA's website as satisfying the biological science requirement. Should I plan to take A&P too? 4) Does anyone know if there are grade cut-offs or expiration dates for these courses? Would you recommend retaking the courses just for familiarity purposes? I graduated in 2016 with a B.S. in International Business and a B.A. in Spanish. I went to a liberal arts school, so I ended up taking one psych course and a stats course as well. My grades in both stats and psych were just OK. I'm sure that I could do well if I took the courses again, but I'd love to save the money if possible (especially if it's not necessary to have an A in both courses). Any advice would be appreciated!
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