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Really simple Community College question

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Sooooo I took Gen Chem I and II, plus both labs (8 credits worth) at a local community college. When entering them into CASPA, do the A's add into my Science GPA? Or is it a separate category? It'd be reallyyyy nice to have 8 more A's to boost my sciences.

 

THANKS FOR ANY HELP <3 and yes, I will check with CASPA to be sure :)

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Yes will count towards your GPA. You only have to choose the proper drop down on CASPA such as chemistry-CHM and it will be considered a science class.  

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