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So, I did my undergrad in Kinesiology at Queen's, and took all of my prerequisites for Queens PT (I.e. Anatomy, Psych, Stats, Physiology) in my first 1-2 years. However, I didn't do so well, and so I will be re-taking all of my prerequisites, except at Athabasca U since I no longer live in Kingston.

Is this allowed/standard practice? Can I simply take the Athabasca equivalents for the Queen's prerequisites (As listed on the Queen's site) and choose to submit my prerequisites from the Athabasca courses instead of my old Queen's courses? 

If it makes a difference, the Queen's courses will not be a part of my sGPA, as they were taken early on in my undergrad.

 

Thank you to anyone who has either done this or knows enough to chime in!

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Yes it’s allowed and standard practice. Simply use the Athebasca courses as your prerequisites when filling them out. The Athabasca courses will count towards your sGPA though as they will be recent.

Does Queens require minimum prerequisite grades? I don’t remember off the top of my head.

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