Hey guys, I'm new here and I'm sure you've all been asked this a million times, I was just wondering if you could answer it one more time. I've been out of undergrad for three years now, and I started a masters program last fall. My undergrad science gpa was pretty crappy (2.95), but so far I've completed 30 units of grad work with a 3.95. My MCAT was a 34 the first time around, and even though I'm gonna have to retake it since the old one expired, I'm sure I'll be fine. But I just can't help wondering how much this masters can really make up for my undergrad gpa. Do the schools just lump all your science course work together and calculate the gpa? Do they give special consideration to grad work? Will they calculate separate gpas for undergrad and grad? I really have no idea, if anyone could enlighten me here I would really appreciate it, thanks a lot.