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Case study of a low GPA admitted to Kellogg

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The first article I wrote about what to do (or whether you should apply) with a low GPA generated a lot more questions and many readers of this forum requested more detail on what to do if you have a low GPA. I wrote this second article to address some of these issues. it's the second article in an entire series I'm dedicating to low GPA candidates to top MBA programs. Obviously, it's not easy. It's against the odds and against most math, but that's not the same thing as impossible. http://www.thefirstread.com/accepted-to ... ase-study/

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That's a great post James, thanks for that.
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