grad gpa

  1. O

    Any Pre Med Schools still doing grade replacement?

    I was wondering if there are any schools that still have this in place? My GPA without it is extremely low and i don't know what to do. If not, would a SMP be the better route to take? I'm very confused. thank you.
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    UGGPA: 3.2 GradGPA: 4.0 URM WAMC? w/ List

    1. GPAs: cUGGPA: 3.21; sUGGPA: 3.00; GradGPA: 4.00; (combined)cGPA: 3.40; (combined)sGPA: 3.33 1. Degrees: BS: Neuroscience, MS: Medical Physiology w/ concentration in Clinical Neuroscience (graduate in May) 2. UG GPA with significant upward trend, upper level chemistry and biology...
  3. E

    How do AdComs view graduate school GPA?

    So this is a question I'm sure you all get on a regular basis, with posters usually asking about how favorably a good (3.7+) grad school GPA is received by admissions committees. Well, I'm coming from the other end to ask you all how much a red flag would a gGPA of ~3.40 for a hard science...
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    Grad School GPA versus Undergrad GPA

    Hey guys, this is my first time posting here. So pretty exciting stuff. I finished undergrad at a good public institution with a 4.0 GPA and 512 MCAT. Have an interest in understanding the larger policy picture of healthcare in addition to medicine, so have began an accelerated one year MPH...
  5. M

    Help! What to do post-grad?

    I'm trying to decide what to do post-grad to fix my GPA (2.5 UGPA). The reason for such a drop was because of some family things going on throughout that have now resolved. I'm currently studying for the MCAT but haven't set a date yet to take it as I don't know whether it would benefit me to do...
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    MD/DO chances? Low ugGPA

    So I am a re-applicant. 3 years will have passed since I last applied. Trust me, even I wouldn't have given myself an interview the first time I applied. Here's what my resume looks like now: ugGPA- 3.01 sGPA- 3.1 gGPA-4.0 (Biomedical Sciences) MCAT- 502 (retaking this June) 1300+ hours...
  7. NeuroScot

    Geisel nontrad consideration

    So I know from reading other postings that Dartmouth is a nontrad/redemption school, but I was wondering if anyone knows exactly how they factor in SMP/graduate gpa when evaluating an application. Do they replace undergrad gpa, average, or just look at it along with all of the other information...