I realize this may be a dumb question. I tried looking through other threads for an answer. This year I applied as an undergraduate non-degree seeking student at Texas Tech University so that I could take upper level science courses to improve my science GPA. The problem with this is that I cannot apply as an undergraduate student because I already have a BS from another university, because of this I must apply to graduate school as a non-degree seeking student, specifically under the title undergraduate courses only (PGRD). What this means is that through the graduate school I could take undergraduate courses (which is exactly what I wanted to do). My question is that if I took undergraduate courses through the graduate school would the undergraduate courses be counted towards my post-bacc GPA or would they count towards my graduate GPA? I talked to an admission advisor from the graduate school and not even she knew the answer. She guessed that the undergraduate courses would count towards my graduate GPA. Ive sent an e-mail to the admission advisors at Texas Tech medical school. Here are my stats for those who wonder. Major: Biology Total: 3.35 BCPM: 3.28 (not really bad but not really good and more importantly not good enough for medical school) MCAT 27 (retaking the MCAT this May.) 2 published papers as 5th Author. Not a whole lot of ECs. (Need to work on that!!) Applied only to Texas schools but didnt get in any where (I know not very smart). I am going to apply to a LOT more DO and MD schools next time. Best Advice for people applying to medical school: ALWAYS GET YOUR PAPER WORK IN AS SOON AS POSSIBLE!!!. Due to problems with my LORs I did get everything in until December!!!