has anyone done poorly in post-bacc, SMP, graduate school

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  1. ronaldo23

    ronaldo23 The Truth

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    i always here success stories about people who did not do that well in undergrad and then do well in post-grad and apply/get in. what about those who go to grad school and don't get that high GPA? are they screwed and is caribbean the only option?
     
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    ronaldo23 The Truth

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    I don't know of anyone in this situation, but your quote rocks. Go Ron Paul!
     
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    Isoprop Fascinating, tell me more

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    i remember seeing a thread in the carrib board about a student who did a mediocre job in an SMP (C's I believe). the big 4 carrib schools shot him/her down.
     
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    think about it. smp, post-bacc is usually a second chance, opportuinity to show a committee u can cut it. if u screw that up your options become limited.
     
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    fireflygirl The Ultimate Blindian

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    I sort of did the opposite. I did really well in UG and then screwed up my first semester in my post-bac because I was switching careers and hadn't taken a science class since high school. So it made bringing up my BCPM hard but I eventually did it and spent an extra year in the post-bac to bring up my GPA. In the end, I ended up with just under a 3.5.
     

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