LuciusVorenus

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So apparently a pass in a p/np class is calculated as a 2.0? :confused:
I didn't know that D:
I HAVE to take some classes p/np because that's the only way they're offered
I hate the idea of basically being guaranteed a C :(

thank god my labs/research isn't p/np :scared:
 

LuciusVorenus

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I'm really hoping I misunderstood something :/
do they really count a P as a C?
 

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I'm really hoping I misunderstood something :/
do they really count a P as a C?
Maybe your school does, but AMCAS doesn't.

If your transcript says "P" then it will have no impact on your AMCAS GPA.
 
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yeah don't worry about it - i had plenty of p/np classes (research for credit) and it doesn't factor into your GPA at all on AMCAS.