As far as I know nobody's asked this yet . . . when listing the courses on the secondary, is it advantageous to pick and choose the courses for which I have the highest grades? Would an obvious attempt to do so raise any eyebrows?
Alex1803 said:That section on the secondary is for you to put the prerequisite courses and you really can't pick and choose. It will be your Intro. Bio. I and II, Gen. Chem. I and II, Orgo. Chem. I and II, Physics I and II, and the English requirement.
dantt said:I took 5 biology courses, 4 physics classes, and 4 english classes. My particular concern is the english requirement for which I took 2 lower division classes and 2 upper division classes. I got a C in one of the lower division writing classes while my next lowest grade was a B+.
TSK said:I did the same thing. For bio, I had a number of courses to choose from that fulfilled their requirements. After listing intro bio, I chose the courses that I had scored best in. It's not like you're being dishonest, the schools will have your AMCAS with all of your grades on it anyways.