I'm creating this thread to see if anyone has creative ideas for boosting up their BCPM. Here is what I've thought of so far. 1) Retaking any BCPM class with a grade lower than a B. 2) Taking easy bio classes. (Not everyone agrees with this esp if you have upper divisions). 3) Taking astronomy classes (Some of these classes are hard so be only if your interested in this stuff) 4) Getting research credit ( Not all schools offer number grades for this) How about taking easy physics classes? My school offers a course called Physics 112 Light, Color, and Vision. Here is a course description An introduction to the modern understanding of light, color, and vision, primarily for non-science majors and especially beneficial to students majoring in visual arts or theatre. Topics include the nature of light; the human eye and vision; illusions, color perception, and color theory; optical instruments; the camera and photography; optical phenomena in the atmosphere (mirages, rainbows, halos); and light in modern physics (relativity, lasers). Not for major credit. I understand that optics is a course that is covered to some extent in physics II. Is it bad if I take this course?