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Can you take some of the classes that you need to become a dermatologist in high school like biochemistry and biophysics?

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2005-09-08 04:47:05
2005-09-08 04:47:05

Yes and No. If the courses are AP courses, you take the AP test in that subject and your chosen undergraduate college accepts your score, it could count towards your undergraduate degree. It really depends on the particular college you choose. The "no" part of the answer is that the courses cannot be used as credit at a graduate school.

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