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does the science gpa include only the premed classes?

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by bigman43, Apr 27, 2007.

  1. bigman43

    bigman43 Banned Banned 7+ Year Member

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    or does it include all the sciences u take?

    i.e all the math, phys, chem, bio courses? or just the core premed sciences?
     
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  3. Cirrus83

    Cirrus83 Too old for this 10+ Year Member

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    It is as it's name would imply, and includes all the natural science courses you've taken. Plus anyways, a lot of schools don't specify a particular course as a requirement but state that you need to have an upper level bio, so it'd be pretty hard to make a "pre-med" AMCAS GPA.

    So, don't bomb all your other courses lol.
     
  4. bigman43

    bigman43 Banned Banned 7+ Year Member

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    nah im worried about physics bringing down my gpa. presumably itd kill my science gpa vs. my reg gpa (im an econ/chem major)
     
  5. Tired

    Tired Fading away 7+ Year Member

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    Yes, Physics is included.
     
  6. Darkshooter326

    Darkshooter326 Senior Member 5+ Year Member

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    No, it actually includes any science class, and math. It is more affectionately termed "BCPM GPA" to mean Bio, Chem, Physics, Math. That is a little more clear.
     

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