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Do Pass/Fail research courses count into sGPA? Withdrawn classes?

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Two questions: I took a 2 credit intro research course last Fall P/F under the Biology department. It was about 15 hrs of research a week under PI guidance and then a paper at the end of the semester. standard stuff

I also took Genetics twice (first time, withdraw). Second time, C+. How do I factor this into my sGPA?

Thank you.
 
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Two questions: I took a 2 credit intro research course last Fall P/F under the Biology department. It was about 15 hrs of research a week under PI guidance and then a paper at the end of the semester. standard stuff

I also took Genetics twice (first time, withdraw). Second time, C+. How do I factor this into my sGPA?

Thank you.
Pass/ Fail grades and Withdrawals (W) have no effect on your AMCAS GPAs.
 
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