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Are highly ranked macc programs on the PAR as competitive as they seem

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Specifically looking at Notre Dame and Michigan, but also interested about other schools in the top 20. I checked out the class profiles for these two schools as well as others and they list average GPAs of 3.6 and 3.7. As someone with a 3.5, this has me apprehensive about applying since the average GPAs seem so steep.

Any insight from people who have gone through these programs or general advice would be greatly appreciated!

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