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Low Masters GPA, Does it matter?

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I have an unusual circumstance.

Basically, I have a high Undergraduate GPA (3.8) and low course-based one year Masters GPA (3.0).

I got in contact with some business schools, in particular, Ivy, Queens, McGill, Schulich, and basically all of them state that they look at last two years of university study when assessing GPA. And, in my case, it starts with Masters degree and moving backwards.

I did find that Rotman (Toronto), is the only school that looks at Undegrad grades. Masters grade are ignored.

Can anyone suggest, how to approach my situation? Which schools to target?
To this day I though that grad schools don't consider GPA of other grad schools since they are often times inflated. I know for fact majority of law schools in Canada, ignore masters grades.
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Hi essprsodose,

You're ultimately asking Admissions questions, so you would likely find it beneficial to speak with an Admissions Expert about your overall profile and application plans. There's a Forum full of those Experts here:

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New post 31 Jul 2018, 19:18
Moving to the appropriate forum. Please follow the forum (and logic) rules.

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