Do SMPs consider courseload when looking at postbacc work?

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    I've been doing postbacc coursework for the past year and plan to apply to SMPs this coming Jan.

    I ask because this past semester I received B's in two key courses, Genetics and Cell Biology and I'm worried that it may hinder my chances of getting into an SMP.

    However, I have been averaging 18-19 units per semester and was wondering if they might take that into consideration.

    My postbacc GPA is a 3.75 over some 61 semester units.
    My cumulative gpa is 3.0 overall and 3.06 science. I still have a year of coursework that I plan to take before I start my SMP so hopefully the totals will be higher.

    I'm taking the MCAT in Aug.
     
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