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Do dual credit classes count for med school application GPA? I'm doing bad in one in high school...

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Blake’s Answer

Hey Jeff,

If you did not take the class in college, then yes. One class isn't the end of the world.

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Indra’s Answer

One bad class will not matter much. Research experience, MCAT, extracurricular activities, and volunteer works and shadowing are also important.
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Richard’s Answer

Yes, they count in the GPA that you put on the application.
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Valentina’s Answer

The class will affect your gpa. However, one bad class won’t make much of a difference especially since you haven’t even started college. Just make sure to try your best in all of your classes from now until you graduate college to maintain a good gpa. Also at the end of the day gpa is not all medical schools look at.
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