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I have to take two statistic type of classes. Will they get acounted into BCMP

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by alexfoleyc, Jan 7, 2009.

  1. alexfoleyc

    alexfoleyc Senior Member
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    Specifically, I have to take:
    Statistics in Psych (304)
    Research Methods in Psych (306)
     
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  3. alexfoleyc

    alexfoleyc Senior Member
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    Will they be calculated into the BCMP GPA?
     
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    maybe, I had 2 biostatistics classes counted as bcmp. but they were grad classes
     
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    There is a good chance that the first one will count if you classify it as a math course when you fill out AMCAS. The second one is iffy though. Would you consider "research methods in psychology" to be a math class? I wouldn't.
     

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