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  1. Hello, When I started college, I was in my school's engineering program for 4 years ( with an almost completed minor in Marine Biology). Upon my last year, I changed my major from engineering to Marine Biology. My engineering GPA has forced my overall GPA to be about 2.6. My Marine Biology GPA is above a 3.0. (All of the current pre reqs for PA school that I have taken with the exception of OCHEM 1 (C), have been Bs or better. I did improve from OCHEM 1 to 2 by getting a B) I still have to finish my BS in Marine Biology ( graduate in December) but I was thinking about getting an AA degree with surgical tech ( using it to get HCE/PCE by working for a year). Does my AA gpa count as undergrad GPA even though I took it after my bachelor's degree? How does my engineering grades affect my CASPA application even though it doesnt apply to my major anymore? ( side note, my university does not replace grades for courses retaken. They simply average the two together) Thank you in advanced! Naomi
  2. I was wondering which GPA schools use during the admissions process. Undergrad, my CASPA calculated cumulative is 2.21 (i know, i know...) im currently in a masters in biology for health professions program and after two semesters my GPA is 3.42. using the CASPA GPA calculator spreadsheet, my cumulative with undergrad and grad is 2.4. which means i have to pick the correct schools in terms of GPA requirements etc. My question is will schools use only the CASPA cGPA to see if you meet the GPA requirement listed for their program? Do they look at sGPA moreso than cGPA? Do they take into account the 3.42 in graduate science courses regardless, or do I have to apply only to schools with the low GPA requirements OR the ones looking at most recent 40/60 credit hours?
  3. I have an institution (community college) where I took a class but got grade forgiveness and earned no credit. I did not retake the course. In caspa it says to report all schools I earned credit from. Do I need to report this school? If I do and choose to manually input grades does it count as an F if it was forgiven? Please help :)
  4. Hi all! I've been hanging around the site and reading all the great information. First and foremost I want to say hello and good luck to everyone applying this season. So here is my question regarding GPA. Almost after graduating with my first bachelors degree in which I earned roughly around a 3.3GPA, I enrolled in a second bachelors program (respiratory therapy) and received a 4.0. I'm wondering (im still pending the verification process) how these two GPAs will be calculated. Any info would be great! Thanks and again, good luck to everyone!
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