Hello Everyone, I have just completed my first year of my undergraduate degree this year however I am planning on changing to another undergraduate degree for next year. I am actually aiming for entry into postgraduate medicine. I have enquired and found out that it is possible to complete a 3 year bachelors degree in 2 years because of the 3 trimesters in a year. Hence, this is called a 2 year accelerated bachelor degree. I know that the GPA is calculated for 3 years of undergraduate study. I am just confused on what years of study will GEMSAS use to calculate my GPA. Will GEMSAS only use my grades from my 2 year accelerated bachelor degree or will they use my grades from my 2 year accelerated bachelor degree + my first year of my first undergraduate course, to calculate my GPA? I understand that to apply for post graduate medicine, you need to have graduated or be in your final year of your bachelors degree. This is why I think GEMSAS and the universities should only use my grades from my 2 year accelerated bachelor degree to calculate my GPA since it is the only degree I would have completed by that time ( not my grades from my first year of my first undergraduate degree as it would be incomplete). Just need some clarification. Thanks in advance.