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Concurrent Enrollment during high school grades

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by ponybreeder4, Dec 12, 2008.

  1. ponybreeder4

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    Hey guys, so while back in high school i took classes at a community college too. Will those grades be averaged with my undergrad grades on the AMCAS? Please explain to me how it works.
     
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    bumppp pleaseeee
     
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    Yes, all grades are reported and averaged on AMCAS, including community college grades, even if they were during high school.
     
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    You'll have to get a transcript from that community college to be sent to AMCAS too, so don't forget about that. Sometimes it takes a couple days or longer to arrange that, so be proactive on that point.
     
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    awesome! thanks...so how do i calculate my overally GPA factoring the CC classes?
     

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