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  1. xb2011

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    I'm currently with a low gpa...around 3.1, entering my 4th year in bio specialist and was wondering if I still have any chance into a good MPH program in the US. 3 years experience volunteering in hospital and extracurriculum activities..Preparing to take the GRE this september...

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  2. the alchemist

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    yes, just try to rock that gre, get great LORs and write an awesome PS on those extracurriculars and hopefully, they're relevant to what u want to apply to (ie - i've worked in minority/immigrant activism and chose an mph program that is strong in minority/urban health disparities). and btw, my gpa was lower than urs (in the 2's, although it was over a decade ago and i do have good grades from grad and med school to fill in the b/t) but the rest of my app was good so i'm going to start at my #1 (columbia) this month.
     

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