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This might sound like a dumb question, but I'm being really paranoid at the moment...

Where can we check online to ensure that we are indeed enrolled for the program? I already paid the $2000 and accepted the offer, but I want to triple-confirm that I am indeed enrolled :(. 

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11 hours ago, Edo S. said:

This might sound like a dumb question, but I'm being really paranoid at the moment...

Where can we check online to ensure that we are indeed enrolled for the program? I already paid the $2000 and accepted the offer, but I want to triple-confirm that I am indeed enrolled :(. 

If you are eligible to enroll in the STTs (one of the standard time tables) then you are enrolled. What leads you to have doubts?

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Just scared, that's all. 

 

If you don't mind me asking, is there any difference between the six standard timetables for first-year? The only thing I'm noticing any difference is the lecture number (e.g. PHARM 111 L01 or L02... L06). 

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13 hours ago, phuturefarmacist said:

If you are eligible to enroll in the STTs (one of the standard time tables) then you are enrolled. What leads you to have doubts?

Just scared, that's all. 

 

If you don't mind me asking, is there any difference between the six standard timetables for first-year? The only thing I'm noticing any difference is the lecture number (e.g. PHARM 111 L01 or L02... L06). 

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3 hours ago, Edo S. said:

Just scared, that's all. 

 

If you don't mind me asking, is there any difference between the six standard timetables for first-year? The only thing I'm noticing any difference is the lecture number (e.g. PHARM 111 L01 or L02... L06). 

They are all practically the same. The only differences is the different lab sections for each STT (so different lab times).

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