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Discussion in 'Pre-Dental' started by MBSTX, Dec 9, 2005.

  1. MBSTX

    MBSTX kingly
    10+ Year Member

    May 9, 2000
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    so heres the question concerning grades/apps/and how dent school view those grades>>>>

    1. how do dent schools look at sci gpa? when ppl talk about sci gpa- does this include math classes (calculus, finite math, Phil logic, coll. algebra, Stat)

    2. Are there two different sci gpas? Is there one with just the core classes required by dent schools (bio.chem.physics. 1,2. ochem1,2)?
    and then a separate sci gpa for ALL overall sci. classes?
    Because I have classes like from bio program that are bio electives as Genetics, Gene. Bioethics, Micr:Biology of Viruses, BIOL:Biological Imaging, BIOL:molecules and life, BIO: molec. and cell, as well as biochem1,2,
    ---You get the point. Do THESE ALL get put into ur science gpa (when Dent. schools view ur app) along with the core sciences? Or do they view the "cumulative sci gpa" different from the core sci gpa?

    Thanks all.
    stats: uberly in progress
    applied: going to be in progress extremely soon
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  3. PickMe

    PickMe Senior Member
    5+ Year Member

    Nov 27, 2005
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    there is a "bcp" gpa that contains all bios, chems, and physics.
    then there is a science gpa that contains ALL science courses (not just bio chem and physics) plus all math courses.

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