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How did you decide whether or not you should do a post-bacc or just take courses separately? How did you know for sure that the courses you took were fulfilling prerequisites? If you did a post-bacc but then still had to do another requirement after post-bacc because each school has different requirements, how did you find out you were missing this requirement? What is the cheapest post-bacc available? Anyone in the same boat as me where as a linguist and cogsci minor (or as other majors/minors), you took a lot of similar courses to prerequisites but ones that don't fit the pre-requisites perf
Hi! Besides CSU San Marcos, I'm looking at CSU East Bay, San Francisco, and Fullerton for graduate school. I'm wondering, for those of you who did the post-bacc at CSU San Marcos, was it enough to be at least conditionally accepted at any other CSU schools? What schools (outside of CSU) where you accepted to? Was it conditional? Did you take any prerequisite (SLP) classes outside of San Marcos? Also more general question: How did you decipher the prerequisite class names and descriptions? I'm stuck on that. I keep comparing programs and I can't seem to find two programs that completely ma