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What does it do for you to start graduate school? I think on ADDSAS it gives you a completely new GPA so hopefully schools would have both an undergraduate gpa and a graduate gpa.
The problem I'm finding is with the application cycle the way it is, you can only realisitically take classes during the spring/summer term and get them included by fall if you interview before Dec. Also, while having to hold a job my graduate gpa is going to be made up of very few classes even though I might lock a 4.0. Anyone have experience with this approach to the low undergrad gpa problem?