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What do you think?

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If you don't know, GPAs are different now. An A, or 4.0 is 95 or better. An A- or 3.8 is 90 or better. I think I'm going to get a 3.8 in this class, my final is tomorrow and I have to get a 97% on it to get an A (4.0).

So I'm going to be applying for a grad program in a couple of years, and I'm nervous that I won't get in with a 3.8 cumulative. It says I need a 3.0 or higher on their site, and I know this program is pretty hard to get in to. What do you think? Do you think my entry essays and letters of recommendations (all good) will all play a factor? Do you think the gpa difference is going to really hurt me?

I'm just throwing this out there in case any of you are involved inthis sort of stuff.

Posted by Anonymous on Jul. 31, 2013 at 7:29 PM
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by Anonymous 2 on Jul. 31, 2013 at 10:06 PM

I don't know. Ace the test? Here's a bump.

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