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Post-bacc and special masters programs admissions.

Discussion in 'What Are My Chances?' started by futuredoc1215, Dec 24, 2011.

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  1. futuredoc1215

    futuredoc1215 2+ Year Member

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    Hey all,

    I have a question regarding SMPs and post-bacc programs. I currently have a 2.1 undergrad GPA and I am currently ARCing (adjusted resident credit. I take a year off from school, come back after a year, take 12 semester credits, and once I pass those my GPA will be a 3.3). I am currently taking classes at my local community college and I passed my general chem II with C. I was wondering what should I do in order to get my GPA up in order to get accepted into a SMP/post-bacc program.

    Thanks in advance,

    FutureDoc. :D
     
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    374018 Filet Mignon 2+ Year Member

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    From what some have said around here, it is not recommended to take courses at a CC. If there is a cheap local college or state university then do that. The only thing you can do is just take more courses and ace them.
     

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