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sports med paper on career - Sasha Rozenberg Sports Med 6...

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Sasha Rozenberg 12/15/07 Sports Med 6 per. Dentistry Take high school biology, chemistry, physics, health and mathematics courses. Maintain a high grade point average of about 3.8-4.0. Ask your guidance counselor for information on colleges that have a two- year pre-dental program that emphasizes the sciences. Most pre-dental students complete a bachelor's degree. Send for college catalogs and applications. Apply well before the deadline date. Commit yourself to receiving high grades in college, especially in your science courses. For example at UOP they require Number of Required Courses: Semesters or Quarters Biological Sciences with laboratory4 6 Physics with laboratory 2 3 Inorganic Chemistry with laboratory 2 3 Organic Chemistry 2 3 English 2 3 Communication or Speech 2 3 It is encouraged to spend a minimum of 40 hours working, volunteering, or observing in a dental office. Join the predental club at your University or College and the American Student Dental Association (ASDA) at (312)-440-2826or online at www.asdanet.org
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