wannabedoc34 said:After completing your post-bac (lets say: BU or GU), did your undergrad science GPA/overall GPA (lets say: <3.0) ever haunt your application/interview/acceptance the following year?
You have to list every single course you ever took anywhere on your AMCAS application - undergrad, graduate school, postbacc whatever. So, unfortunately, those lower grades still get averaged into your overall GPA.medanthgirl said:bump...that's a great question and my worst fear that after working my butt off in a post-bacc those handful of Cs, couple of Ds, and one F will still ruin my efforts.
It depends on what the graduate work is in. In my case, my graduate work didn't matter a whole helluvalot since it had absolutely nothing to do with medicine or health.NRAI2001 said:Post bacc work is more important than graduate work?
abcd1234 said:It depends on what the graduate work is in. In my case, my graduate work didn't matter a whole helluvalot since it had absolutely nothing to do with medicine or health.
As far as weight of importance for getting your avg GPA, it all counts the same.
No ... they have a separate area for overall gpa.wannabedoc34 said:Thanks. Undergrad = overall GPA right?