Another BPCM Question

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  1. Daniel J

    Daniel J New Member

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    How does AMCAS decide which of an applicant's courses go into the BPCM? Obviously, biology, physics, chemistry, and math are included, but what about other science courses? I majored in astronomy and my transcripts list such courses as ASTRO XXX: Astrophysics of Star Systems, Astrophyscis of Stars, Solar System Astronomy, Spherical Astronomy, etc. These courses were all high-octane math and physics, and should probably be included. Anybody have an answer or personal experience in this matter? Thanks!

    DJ
     
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    lola Bovine Member

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    well, according to amcas, astronomy is in the physics category so should be bpcm.
     
  4. mpp

    mpp SDN Moderator
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    I put my astronomy courses under the BCPM category last year and AMCAS did not have a problem with that.
     

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