LuciusVorenus

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Ok, I know graduate classes taken for a graduate degree do not count as part of your undergraduate gpa.

I also know that the AAMC manual says graduate level courses applied to an undergraduate degree count as part of your undergraduate grades.

So my question is, if I took 2 extra graduate level statistics classes that were not required for my major, but I took because my research mentor recommended them for me, do they count as part of my undergraduate SCIENCE gpa?

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LizzyM

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I don't know for sure but if they appear on your transcript above the line that shows your bachelor's degree awarded, I would count them toward the undergrad gpa.
 
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That's what I was hoping for! Thank you! :)