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College Classes Taken During High School


New Member
10+ Year Member
Jul 21, 2008
Hi all. I have a quick question about college classes taken during high school. I was in a pharmacy tech program so I had to take college classes such as pharmacology, etc. Classes that start with NTFROT##.. However, I was not given credit for this classes at my university, therefore, the grades I received in them were not calculated into my university's GPA. So, my question is, do I still report these grades to AMCAS? And if I do, do they calculate those courses into the nonsci-GPA as well?


Golden Joe

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10+ Year Member
7+ Year Member
Oct 30, 2008
  1. Medical Student
These classes should be included on AMCAS, and if they were taken for credit hours this will be reflected in your overall GPA. I do not know if it will count as science or non-science, but I would assume the latter.
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