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I recently gave a professor my resume where I made a typo regarding my GPA. I provided 3 GPAs, my current GPA where I am an undergrad student, my GPA at my prior university (which I transferred from) and the LSAC GPA. The GPA which has a discrepancy in from my prior university. It says my GPA was a 3.7, when it was a 3.6. Because I have also provided the professor with my LSAC GPA and current university GPA is it worth it to give him a corrected resume?
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