2 majors in 4 years = better chances?

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2 majors in 4 years = better chances?

Postby Ziggitron » Wed Apr 03, 2013 1:16 pm

So, do admissions officers even care if you were able to complete 2 majors in four years with a high GPA?

Thanks for your answers. :D

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Re: 2 majors in 4 years = better chances?

Postby Clearly » Wed Apr 03, 2013 1:16 pm

Ziggitron wrote:So, do admissions officers even care if you were able to complete 2 majors in four years with a high GPA?

Thanks for your answers. :D

no.

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Re: 2 majors in 4 years = better chances?

Postby isuperserial » Wed Apr 03, 2013 1:22 pm

Ziggitron wrote:So, do admissions officers even care if you were able to complete 2 majors in four years with a high GPA?

Thanks for your answers. :D


Nope. They'll love the high GPA though!

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Re: 2 majors in 4 years = better chances?

Postby Lumieres » Wed Apr 03, 2013 1:22 pm

Maybe, if it was something prestigious like the m&t program at penn (joint program between Wharton and engineering), and you were being compared to an applicant with similar stats.

But for the most part, no.

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Re: 2 majors in 4 years = better chances?

Postby NDJ » Wed Apr 03, 2013 1:28 pm

Ziggitron wrote:So, do admissions officers even care if you were able to complete 2 majors in four years with a high GPA?

Thanks for your answers. :D


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