science gpa

Discussion in 'General International Discussion' started by ommij, Oct 27, 2000.

  1. ommij

    ommij Junior Member

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    Ok This is not the most exciting post but i just wanted to know how much of a factor is your overall science gpa. If your regular gpa is substantially higher is that a good or a bad thing. And this means that i have a horrible science gpa (not even a 3.0) Am i doomed for failure?
     
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  3. Djanaba

    Djanaba Senior Member

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    The science GPA is pretty important, or they wouldn't ask you to calculate it separately. Two big chunks of the MCAT test science knowledge specifically. I wouldn't say you're doomed, but I might encourage you to take more science courses to up the science GPA, whether as additional undergrad classes or in a post-bacc program. You need to be well into the 3 range to be competitive.
     

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