**Always discuss your individual situations with a Pre-Health Counselor and your concurrent enrollment advisor
Schools will evaluate your grades in concurrent enrollment classes you took in high school. Retakes may not repair a damaged GPA.
Many concurrent enrollment students choose (or are limited to) courses that do not fulfill Pre-Health pre-requisites, which means the classes they took in high school do not move them closer to finishing their Pre-Health requirements.
Pre-requisites take time and must be completed in careful sequence to prepare you for entrance examinations and successful progress.
Which is a pre-requisite for many other science courses.
Plan on needing at least College Algebra (MATH 1050), and potentially through calculus. Math is a pre-requisite for many science courses.
**Talk to your Pre-Health counselor about math if you plan to go on a mission.
If you wait until after you graduate, you will likely struggle to get the courses you need.
Many schools need a letter grade to calculate pre-requisite GPAs and not just credit. Verify with your schools of choice if your AP credit will count as a pre-requisite.