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# Rounding-off GPA

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19 Mar 2006, 12:16
Hello Scott and/or Omari,

I've applied to the weekend MBA program at Chicago. A simple question: Is it ok to round-off both my undergraduate and graduate GPAs in the application as follows:

I have already rounded my GPAs in the GSB application, so I can't change it back to 3 decimal places but wanted your opinion whether this will have an impact on my application or give a wrong impression of my personality?

Thanks
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19 Mar 2006, 15:07
I think this is fine. Most people just use one decimal point as shorthand for describing their GPAs. I don't think any adcomms would consider this to be deceitful.

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19 Mar 2006, 20:30
Thanks Scott.

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