Where will a 172 get a MA male?

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christam
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Where will a 172 get a MA male?

Postby christam » Mon Jul 01, 2013 11:44 pm

CA or NY schools preferably and cheaper is always better.

Oops, my gpa is 3.4 with decent softs. Thanks! :D
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aboutmydaylight
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Re: Where will a 172 get a MA male?

Postby aboutmydaylight » Tue Jul 02, 2013 12:12 am

Your GPA is 3.4 right? You're probably in everywhere for sure other than HYS and Berkeley. I'd imagine a decent shot at H but your GPA will probably keep you out of YS and B.

What do I know though.
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Re: Where will a 172 get a MA male?

Postby bizzybone1313 » Tue Jul 02, 2013 12:14 am

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Re: Where will a 172 get a MA male?

Postby amc987 » Thu Jul 04, 2013 6:44 pm

christam wrote:CA or NY schools preferably and cheaper is always better.

Oops, my gpa is 3.4 with decent softs. Thanks! :D


I know of a Latino (I'm not sure if he was Mexican-American or Puerto Rican) who got into H and S during the 2010-2011 cycle with 3.49/172. He was an Engineering major, so that might've compensated some for the low GPA, but it sounds like you've definitely got a shot at H and S. I also know of another non-URM Latino male who also got into H and S this cycle (and was rejected at Y) with a 3.5X/172. He came from HYP UG, though. My guess is that Y is the only school that's unlikely for you and that's entirely based on GPA. Even so, it's probably worth applying there to cover your bases.

Good luck!




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