Hi guys. Now I was just curious at how most admission committees judge an applicants gpa. For example, you have basically 3 types of gpa's in my opinion. 1: overall cum. gpa from every college class you ever took. 2: science pre-req gpa only 3: overall pre-req gpa only (includes all science and non-sci. pre-req's they ask for on their websites) So when I start applying to schools this winter, they will see my overall cum. gpa (at time of applying should be around 2.87 gpa), and they will see my science pre-req only gpa (at time of applying 3.08 gpa), and they will see my overall pre-req gpa (around 3.2 gpa). So basically how will schools look at these gpa's? I know for a fact that if you majored in something unrelated (such as my Economics major) and you get a 4.0 gpa, they won't be impressed. But what if you get a 2.7gpa in something non-science related? I'm only asking because my overall cum gpa is very low and I know my science gpa isn't the highest nor is my overall pre-req gpa, but a 3.1-3.2 gpa sure looks a hell of a lot better than a 2.87 gpa. OK, to be more specific, MWU-CPG requires 84-87 quarter units and they have a list of their pre-req's there. When I apply, my gpa for those pre-req's on that list should be 3.1 gpa but my overall should be 2.87 gpa. How do you think they would look at it? Anyone with any suggestions or answers, I'd appreciate it. btw, I know gpa isn't everything and blah blah. But I am just trying to get a better idea of where I stand in the gpa category.