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So, I think it seems to be the general consensus that your overall GPA and your science GPA are two different factors considered in med school admissions.
Does anyone know what classes exactly count towards your science GPA: only the core classes (gen chem, orgo, physics, bio) or also any other science classes you take (i.e. a 100-level bio class on life sciences, 200-level chem class on analytical chem, etc.)
What about a psych class called intro to neuroscience, or what about a 200 level cognitive science class on the brain and cognition?
Do math classes also count towards your science GPA?