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I'm currently doing dual credits over at University of arlington, and tcc (texas). I'm and undeclared major but would like to major in biology. The classes over at tcc are much cheaper and easier compared to a university. So I've been taking some of my sciences classes over at the junior college to transfer credits. Is that wrong to do if I'd want to possibly go to a pharmacy or medical school later because there wont be any grade on them science classes, but just the credits, therefore wont be able to calculate a gpa for me?? Does anyone know if I'd have to repeat those science classes at the university for a grade? :( Please advise me and tell me what you know. Thank you.
I'm in Sharpsburg too and I have some advice! Two things. First, you need to make sure that the courses you take at tcc have a corresponding TCCN# - this is the number that makes sure that the course will be transferable credit to the university. Then you need to check how many credits they will allow to be transferred from tcc. Some schools have a limit such as 60 credit hours or even less during your last two years at the university! Secondly, do not waste your time and money trying to re-take the courses at the university. I'm not sure about your school but if you go to Sharpsburg Arlington the credit transfers, but not the grade! This can be a good thing because you can try harder on the courses u take the university and get a really good GPA. If you want to go to medical school stop taking the 'easy' classes at tcc and take them at the university and take the basics at the tcc to get them cheaper and out of the way before you use up all the transferable credits! Hope this helps. Good luck!