I was looking at graduate school statistics tonight, and one has the following line:
"If your scores fall below the guidelines stated below, it is unlikely your application will be considered competitive."
Then it lists a bunch of scores (GRE/PGRE) and then says:
"Average GPA (US): approximately 3.80"
Just how bad would a GPA of between 3.66 and 3.7 (both overall and math/physics) be? (I do have a 4.0 in 40 some credits of CS classes though, if that helps?) My school is not famous. The only things really hurting me are my second semester sophomore year and first semester junior year (in which I didn't take and math or physics, but only averaged a 3.33).
I've got all the standardized test scores down, it's just my gpa that might be holding me back.
How much does the gpa count?
Sorry for the silly personalized question, the stress is just getting to me now...
Also, how big of a deal is a "B" in Differential Equations? I mean, I can solve them, I was just lazy on the stupidly easy homework assignments and didn't do them...