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How are the courses in college when entering the health profession?

I am asking so that I can become more prepared to understand how rigorous and difficult they might become compared to health related classes in my high school.
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Christina’s Answer

College course complexity genuinely progresses until your degree is achieved. If you've taken Anatomy and Physiology in high school, you will notice that the content is similar if not the same. The difference between the two will definitely be the amount of information covered in that given semester or quarter. Often times testing ones knowledge on the material consist of precise and correct answers. This means rarely multiple choice all answers come from you and what you can recall. This can be said of all courses related to the healthcare field, wether clinical or administrative.
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I felt that my prerequisite courses for science were challenging and prepared me well for physical therapy graduate school. I learned how to study efficiently while managing a full schedule of classes. I had to take initiative to identify my weaknesses and areas that required additional studying or help from TAs/professors during office hours. These study skills were useful for graduate school.

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