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Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by TwoSteveSquared, Aug 28, 2001.
Anybody else get this email?
I checked, and no changes on my app
well, did your GPA go up or down? 50% chance that you have nothing to complain about!
If you got no changes on your app then perhaps you got a reprieve from AMCAS. I hope this is a glitch, and that you'll hear something in a few days. If not, and I were you, I would fear that AMCAS is screwing me behind the scenes. I have learned that any AMCAS glitch always brings bad news.
No changes at all.
I tend to get really scared when AMCAS tells me they are going to change my GPA. Especially since I'm sure it's write cause it matches my undergrad record. Just when you though it was safe...
I think u meant
I am sure it is "right" not write...
hope u dont make those kind of "write" mistakes in ur secondaries hehe
That letter says something about quality points...what are they. I thought your GPA was straight up calculated using the normal plus and minus system? Does that mean that advanced courses are higher quality and count higher in the gpa? Im confused
AMCAS doesn't always calculate your GPA the way your school does. Your AMCAS GPA is almost always different than your transcript GPA, especially if you have a repeat, or even some lab classes that are calculated differently.
Thenks whatcatmicalat, I'm glade yoo are their to catch my spilling irras.
LOL funny steve...
I was going through ur last statment...I was like, whoops another spelling error...and then wait another, another...oh dang, the graemlin face, u trickster
Here's a quick definition of quality points. You already know about them, but probably call them something else.
Quality Points / Total Hours = GPA
15/4 = 3.75
Hope that clears this up.
(I had to use underscore to space things out right)