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I was reflecting on my summer semester grades, and the thought came to me that having a 4.0 gpa is like being a virgin... once you lose it you can't go back. With a little more focus in my younger days I could have that golden 4.0 and feel all warm and fuzzy right now... ah well. Good luck to everyone still taking finals!!!
 
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Ellipsis1104

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having a 4.0 gpa is like being a virgin
~from the perspective of someone who has lost it. . .yeah; but while you're still holding on to it, there's no itch to lose it :D Then, it's more like standing on the mound staring down at home-run derby all-stars who want to bust up your perfect game.
 

FutureDrB

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~from the perspective of someone who has lost it. . .yeah; but while you're still holding on to it, there's no itch to lose it :D Then, it's more like standing on the mound staring down at home-run derby all-stars who want to bust up your perfect game.
The only real problem is the loss of your virginity, followed by an itch.
 
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I think honors classes carry a higher weight for an A. So theoretically, that would make it possible to re-virginize.
The only problem is that AMCAS will never give you more than 4.0 for a grade when they standardize your GPA. So this is more like the "saying your a virgin" than the "getting a surgical hymen reconstruction" type of re-virginizing. The only example I know of for the later would be if you lived in Texas and took advantage of their Fresh Start program and then only applied to Texas med school.
 
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I guess I'm just confused:

If you graduate without ever earning anything but an A (or A+ apparently) doesn't that pretty much assure you also graduate a virgin?

Thus as the OP posited: a 4.0 is like being a virgin :)
 
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