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Re: Credits

Postby EdoardoTB » Thu Nov 06, 2014 8:14 am

Hello Anita,

yes you can, but the contents of our and your exams must be almost the same, otherwise you will be tested either on the missing topics or the whole subject again. So, when transferring, please make sure to ask a detailed copy of the contents of your exams.

Take a look to the student guide too: http://w3.uniroma1.it/IMS/files/other/Student_Guide.pdf
http://elearning2.uniroma1.it/pluginfil ... download=1

For example, in the exam of Histology and Embryology will be required to sit the Embryology exam. Anatomy and Physiology are two different exams in our course, counting more than 35 credits in total, lasting 3 semesters each! If you had a single course on Anatomy and Physiology, it is very likely that you will be required to sit them again! But please take a deeper look to the student guide for further details. But still you will be able to jump to 2nd year with Chemistry and Biology.
Edoardo, 4th medical student (now spending my 4th year abroad!)

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Re: Credits

Postby EdoardoTB » Tue Feb 24, 2015 7:29 pm

Edoardo, 4th medical student (now spending my 4th year abroad!)

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