Ok, I'm a bit confused here. So if you have already obtained a bachelors, you got 2 GPAs on the AMCAS: BCPM and Cum. If you do a grad program, then you would have 4 GPAs. Undergrad BCMP, undergrad cum, grad BCPM, and grad cum. But lets say after the grad program, you do a formal postbac. The classes in that program count towards undergrad, right? And what if you took undergrad science courses during your grad years, but those undergrad sciences were "200" level, for example, instead of "400" level grad courses, and hence, were not counted towards the grad degree. Would these courses also be included in the undergrad GPA after already graduating? Finally, how does the AMCAS know which grad programs are "grad programs," which degree-offering postacs (georgetown, Boston, etc.) are postbac (NOT grad), and which undergrad courses taken during grad school can be incorporated into your undergrad GPA? Someone, please correct me if I've made a wrong statement on this post. Also...which GPA out of these 8 gazillion GPA's would schools screen?