my science grade?

Discussion in 'Medical Students - DO' started by Touray, Jun 19, 2000.

  1. Touray

    Touray Junior Member

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    I was just curious, when you apply to medical school what science grades are calculated into your gpa? For instance I took lots of astronomy and Geology classes, they really do boost my gpa up. without them my gpa drops signifcantly as far as science grades go.. do these grades count to?? or is it just math, bio, and chem, phys?

    If someone could help me I would appreciate it thanx
     
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  3. jcollings

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    I'm not sure sure, but I believe that if the courses you have taken are at the level for majors in the respective science disciplines, they are considered when calculating science GPA. I'll check with my academic advisor to see if he knows for sure.
     

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