zanaida10

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Would general ecology count for my BCMP Gpa for medical school? It's being offered through Zoology department. What about Evolution?

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Yes, Yes, Yes. All biology related fields.
 

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Seriously? BCPM. The B stands for biology, fyi.
 
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At my undergrad, general ecology is designated general biology III. Well, it is ecology and evolution more specifically as the dominant subjects of that course. So yea, it counts for the bcpm
 

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Ecology isn't an easy subject.
 

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Ecology isn't an easy subject.
Yeah. Both ecology and evolution involved a lot more math than I had anticipated. Ugh.

In ecology lab, we had to take field trips, usually to the desert to count cacti or bugs, every week and write up a lab report about it.

I guess it was interesting, but if they weren't required courses, I would've found something more fun to replace both ecology and evolutionary bio. (I probably shouldn't've majored in General Biology at my school -- Molecular and Cellular Bio would've been so much more interesting to me.)
 

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I was a bio major with a focus on evolutionary biology. Classes in ecology and evolution were at times more difficult than my classes in molecular bio, cell bio , and biochem.
 
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