WheatLom

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How come these two psychology are considered biology, especially the later. On the AADSAS course list I was allowed to put them down as biology courses. It worked out awesome for me, as my GPA only benefits from this in the BCP and science grades. However, when i took cognitive psychology, there was barely any biology.

Also, that almost the rest of my psychology courses are non-science to the AADSAS.
 
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I'm not sure. I took a Sensation and Perception course in Psyc that was actually cross listed with a 4000 level bio course I put it down as biology and they changed it to non-science.


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My course names are introduction to cognitive psychology and biological psychology .

You think they'd change them?
 
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If its' on the sheet as being a science course, they'll leave it.
It was so nice seeing that cause it adds an A for 4 credits and an A- for 3 credits to my BCP and science cause the biology classification

I'm not sure if it'll be BCP though. Idk if they only count reall bio, Chem, physics