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  4. Taking a course P/NP this semester will be common. (Did your school put out special rules, loosening N/PN options because of remote learning? Most schools did.) It will not look bad, if they dig into...

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  5. ... you’re looking to get into a college that isn’t a community college, like Ohio State or UCLA, you will need at least a 1100 to 1160 to have a shot...

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  6. Biomedical engineering could be an excellent major for a premed. However, don't forget you have to complete all prerequisites for premed, in addition to requirements for your major. To find university rankings - overall & by field of study...

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  8. Doesn’t work that way. In general a Bachelor degree takes 120 credits to complete. A Masters degree will vary depending on your area of study. Most Master degree program take two years to complete. At the...

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  9. There is a full ride (tuition, room/board, and books) merit scholarship if you are named a National Merit Scholarship Program or National Achievement Scholarship Program...

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