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ApplicationInstruct2010 - Instructions for Applying for...

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Instructions for Applying for Admission to Biocore for Fall, 2010 For questions call the Biocore Office, 345 Noland Hall, 265-2870. Application Deadline: March 12, 2010 Submit completed applications to 345 Noland Hall. Although we will continue to accept applications after the deadline until all available openings are filled, late applications will receive lower priority. Prerequisites Prerequisites for Biocore are Chemistry 104, 109, or 115 and one semester of calculus (e.g. Math 221 or equiv), reasonable grades, and Fall 2010 (or previous) enrollment in Organic Chemistry 343. An introductory course in statistics (Stats 301 or 371) is highly recommended, but not required. If you will not complete the prerequisites (except, of course, organic chemistry) during the spring or summer of 2010, you should apply the following year instead. Although it is usual to begin Biocore as a sophomore, for most majors it is possible to take Biocore as a junior and senior, or under some circumstances as a freshman. If you plan to do this, consider taking physics as a sophomore. The following materials are required as part of your application. Please check to make sure that you have included all four: 1. The attached application form 2. An official UW transcript . (We need the red one, not a black copy.) Note that the Registrar's Office takes three or more days to process transcript requests. 3. The essay described on the application form 4. A stamped, self-addressed business size envelope . (The Biocore Admissions Committee will use this to notify you of your admission status prior to April Registration.) Important Background Information on Biocore and Registration Our Goals The faculty and staff associated with the program care deeply about undergraduate learning and have established the following goals for our students.
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