kamandsam

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I was an environmental science major in Undergrad, my brother has since shown me the light that is dentistry. I am curious about what is considered science. I am unsure of the following: Conservation biology, ecology, geography, geology, water resources management, land-use planning, introduction to environmental science, geographic information systems (GIS), calculus.

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kamandsam

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And also, is the science GPA regarded more highly than cumulative? My science GPA is about 3.7, whereas non-science (thanks to economics) is more like a 2.8.
 
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DrDDSman

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I was an environmental science major in Undergrad, my brother has since shown me the light that is dentistry. I am curious about what is considered science. I am unsure of the following: Conservation biology, ecology, geography, geology, water resources management, land-use planning, introduction to environmental science, geographic information systems (GIS), calculus.

Thanks!
Bold are definitely considered science

underline...you should check with AADSAS
 

somethinpositiv

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And also, is the science GPA regarded more highly than cumulative? My science GPA is about 3.7, whereas non-science (thanks to economics) is more like a 2.8.
Whether science GPA is regarded more highly than cumulative GPA is up for debate, they are both very important. However, your non-science GPA alone is hardly important.
 

kamandsam

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I did a bit of research and found that geology is definitely science and that con bio mosy likely science as well. The others are to be determined. That is for your help.
 
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