Yes, they are BCPM classes. If you don't check them as BCPM on your AMCAS, they'll change them for you.
That's not true. In fact, I've heard folks who tried passing ENG classes as BCPM and got it changed. BME classes are easier to pass off, but not all of them either. It all depends how well you did
No engineering courses DO NOT count as bcpm. They were not included, nor should they be included in the amcas.
also contrary to the above post, amcas does not change it for you. They have a separate category for engineering I believe.
Bioengineering and biomedical engineering classes do not count.
I took physiology (which is considered biomedical engineering at my school), and it was not counted in my total BCPM.
Trust me, if my engineering classes were counted in my BCPM, my BCPM would be much much lower.
Since A+ get counted as A's on AMCAS... when (if ever) do med schools see my GPA with those factored in? Or did I totally waste my time by getting those grades in several classes?