I know there's been many posts on Grad vs undergrad GPA. I'm in a very unique situation and I'm wondering what you guys think I should do. I'm in a 4 year dual degree program (AB/AM) and have taken only 2 classes towards my Masters degree and didn't do well in either one of them. I'm not going to make excuses or explain myself as that doesn't change the fact. My undergrad GPA is 3.7 while my grad is 2.66. I got a C in one of my grad classes which was taught by two professors. One of them really liked me, convinced me to take the class, and gave me an A at the end of the first half. He even offered to write me a letter of recommendation given my C..... The second one apparently didn't like me at all. But the bottom line is that my adviser will also explain this letter grade in his letter and told me not to worry since it has no relevance to medicine. I have the option of combine the two grad classes with my undergrad degree, and thus lowering my undergrad GPA but not have a 2.66 on my app or listing them separately to count for my GRAD GPA. I'm just wondering what you guys think I should do to minimize the damage of these two classes. Thanks.