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A number of medical schools, including the University of Nevada, do not accept AP chemistry credits. For chemistry majors, this is not a problem because they will get enough laboratory credits from taking upper level chemistry classes. Non-chemistry majors planning on attending medical school will have to retake Chem 121/122 and lose their AP credits, take Chem 201/202, or take another year of chemistry classes to meet the medical school's requirement. This document provides a list of medical schools that do not accept AP chemistry credits.
AP Chemistry Coordinator
University Assoc. Dir., Admissions