for those that have gone through a cycle, how does aacomas break down gpa

jedi silva

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For those that have gone through a cycle, how does aacomas break down gpa? I hear people talk about science gpas and retakes all of the time but does aacomas separate post bacc and graduate gpas from undergrad?

Is it anyhthing like amcas with regards to the breakdown?


 

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It does ask if the class is undergrad/grad, but everything is combined together to give you one cGPA and sGPA.
 

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interesting. So there's no separate gpa for graduate and post-bacc work?
There may be a way it is broke down for the schools to view, but the main thing they look at is cGPA and sGPA. They will consider post-bacc more heavily if you had a terrible undergrad gpa and are showing and upward trend.
 

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Similarity tad simpler and easier to look at. No high school, and they have "Science" vs "Non-science" and then Total.

UG os followed by posbac, and then total.Distinction between post-back and graduate is not made.

For those that have gone through a cycle, how does aacomas break down gpa? I hear people talk about science gpas and retakes all of the time but does aacomas separate post bacc and graduate gpas from undergrad?

Is it anyhthing like amcas with regards to the breakdown?