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Community college credit

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by howtofr4y, May 14, 2007.

  1. howtofr4y

    May 14, 2007
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    Just got a B.S. from a state school in Michigan, and I took an EMT-basic program during summer 2006. It was 9 credits and I did well in it, so I'm wondering if I can include these credits as part of my undergraduate GPA. It doesn't show up on my State school transcript (my school didn't accept community college credit after sophomore year anyway), but I still took these graded credits and I was an undergraduate at the time. Soooo...can I use these credits to help my undergraduate GPA? If so, that's just one more transcript to send in to AMCAS, but the grades can really help :)
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  3. 146233

    146233 Phthirius pubis

    Apr 12, 2007
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    Medical Student
    You took the classes at a community college and received academic credit for it. Even though the credits didn't transfer, you HAVE to send them in. They'll be factored into your ugrad GPA. You win!


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