- bport hopeful
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I have a dismal 3.12.
This includes two C's from a high school spanish class for college credit and two freshman semesters of 2.7's. Since my freshman year, my lowest semester was a 3.2. I have two semesters that were about 3.5's and two that were about 3.4's. Does this actually give me any advantage over someone who just bounced between a 3.0 and a 3.2? Or worse, someone who started college off well, say with like 3.7's and then crashed at the end?
The impression that ive gotten here is that schools are number whores, and hence, this means nothing.
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I would guess that it matters only as a way to differentiate between similar candidates. I would be stunned if they took a 3.6 on a strong upward trend over a flatline or downward trend 3.7- if that's what you're asking.
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