meggo wrote:Being honest and mentioning the class is probably a good idea. If anything, I think it would be more likely seen as you trying to push the boundaries of your abilities and not you lacking perfect grades.
Also, I doubt that a B in one class would hurt your application, because your grades won't make or break you unless they're either completely perfect or really horrible. Remember that your application is also very heavily influenced by your GRE scores, your research, any extracurricular stuff you do (if you do anything substantial), and your letters of recommendation.
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