How much does a single B (or a few B's) affect chances at a top school (say, top 10) for an otherwise great application?
I have lots of good research experience, won several awards, presentation experience, outreach, etc. but my GPA is not perfect, as I have received a single B (in a math course, I am a physics/math double major). I have a few A-'s as well, so my GPA will probably be around 3.8. Note: I am at a fairly well-known university, a "public ivy." How will this affect my chances at top graduate schools. I still have another year, so if I received, say, 1-2 more B's, would this be troubling? I should also mention that I plan on doing astrophysics theory/data analysis .Thank you!