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i have about a 3.3 bcpm gpa right now and i want to pull that up . Im ending my sophomore year and i just recently switched my major from chemistry to biology. Because i was a chem major i am taking quantitative analysis and im not doing so great (maybe C+). will this course count toward the bcpm gpa and will medical schools look at it a lot even though it is a random chem course that has nothing to do with anything really?

Also, i have room in my schedule for the next two year and am planning on taking many bio classes. I will also have room to squeeze in a couple easy bio classes (like nutrition bio117) is this worth it to take and get an easy A. Will it count in the bcpm gpa?
 
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Quantitative Analysis will be in your BCPM.

If the course prefix is Bio 117, it will be included. If it is Nutr 117, it will be looked on as a health class and probably not included.

Adcomms will care more about your upper-level Bio if they bother to microanalyze your grades.