Well, I have spent quite some time using the search command trying to find some answers and I am getting some mixed conclusions. I am trying to determine what schools use to calculate SCIENCE GPAs. I found a list through the AMCAS FAQ that states clearly what classes are BCP(biochem/bio/physio/immuno/physics, all the obvious courses that fall in bio, chem, and physics(BCP). BUT, they had a section under which says, OTHER SCIENCE COURSES which count for science gpa. This list contains(Food science, nutrition, etc etc). My question is....when calculating my science GPA, would I count only my BCP, or would I could EVERY science class, meaning even my human nutrition, and food science classes, or would I just could my BCP as my science GPA? Thanks so much!! Anybody else getting anxious for early june?