t3chn0n3rd wrote:Some schools are harder than others.
Hypothetically you could go to the local community college for an associates in physics.
Then transfer to a 4 year school.. Then you would have a super high GPA.
So if you want a super high gpa. First go to a community college for all undergraduate work, and then transfer at the last minute to a 4 years school.
To further boost your gpa, choose a community college in an urban area , where the teachers are easier. Then transfer to an easy 4 year college.
adriana252 wrote:My understanding is that decisions are based on your GPA, your GRE scores, your letters of recommendation/research experience, and your personal statement. A low GPA can be offset by great GRE scores/good letters of recommendation from your professors, at least that's what I was told. This will surely vary from institution to institution, however.
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