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What is the best way to ensure the right credits get transferred to a 4-year college?

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I will be attending John Tyler Community College this fall, and I am planning to transfer (sooner rather than later) to VCU after I finish my prerequisites. I will be majoring in general science with the intended career path of pre-medicine; therefore, I will have a wider variety of job options. However, with many in's and out's of pre-med majors, or in my case a science major, it is known that credits can get lost in the mix. I would like to avoid having to take unnecessary classes while at John Tyler and take as many valid credits as possible. How can I be sure that my transfer between colleges will contain the correct pre-med credits? #college-advice #college-transfer #college-advising #college-advisement

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The best way to ensure the right credits are being transferred over is to schedule an appointment to talk to your academic / college advisor. Your advisor will have a lot of resources and information on what requirements you need to fulfill n order to transfer to the school you want to go to. They usually will create a "roadmap" for you as well.

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