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GPA Question

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by medlover247, Apr 27, 2007.

  1. medlover247

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    I'm taking a researh methods and practice class for two units, it's related to the research I'm doing. I was just curious as to wheter this can count toward my science gpa.

    any ideas would be appreciated. Thanks!
     
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  3. pcguy2

    pcguy2 Minneapolis Master

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    That would most likely count, if its science research. If you do science, its science. I know some people who got away with some rediculous stuff that counted as science.
     
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    146233 Phthirius pubis

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    "Research methods" is not likely to count, but you're right... if AMCAS isn't paying attention, you could conceivably squeak by with it. Is the class taught within the Math or Bio/Chem/Physics departments? If it isn't, I wouldn't even bother trying to list it as BCPM.

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