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rec letter question

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if i got a rec letter from my physiology teacher, but the course title was not the traditional BIO/CHEM/PHYS, does this still count as a science rec letter or no? the course was titled BME something as I am a BME major.
the classifications of BCPM are solely for AMCAS GPA Calculation. For LOR, generally, it is science vs non-science as used typically on campus, though a few schools have very specific and stringent definitions (see Case Western Reserve Letter FAQ) the physiology prof here should be fine
 
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