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Does Experimental Statistics and Design count as a BCPM course?

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by christian15213, May 1, 2007.

  1. christian15213

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    I am taking this easy stats class over the summer and was wondering if it actually counts on the BCPM?
     
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  3. christian15213

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    bump... any thoughts on this?
     
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    I see statistics in the title, so I would say yes. Statistics does fall under the math category.

    In a similar situation, I'm putting my biostatistics course toward my BCPM.
     
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    It does if you want it to. Calling it "math" seems perfectly reasonable. I called some of my engineering classes "physics" (the ones where I got an "A") and I guess the AMCAS bought it because I got away with it.

    Do what it takes. The worst they can do is say it doesn't count.
     
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    Yes, but I don't want your suicide on my conscience, so I shall refrain.
     
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    Where'd you get your Avatar?
     

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