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how do colleges weigh undergrad gpa vs grad school gpa?

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how do colleges weigh undergrad gpa vs grad school gpa? [#permalink]

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my under grad gpa is under a 3.0(2.9 to be exact). i have a semester of grad school with a 3.5 gpa(12 hours in math intensive courses).

do you think the graduate gpa will help mitigate my low undergrad gpa? or is it really a non-factor?

i have a pretty good gmat score. so, im really just worried about my gpa.

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Make sure that you build a good profile.

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