Instead, try to improve things that you can actually change in the future.
throwWiffle wrote:Well, the grades comments are reassuring at least!. Although I remain convinced that last semester still looks horrible - I dropped 2 math courses. So I only had 4 courses total, and only two of them were physics. From the point of view of a larger/better university, it might look like I can't even handle a "light" workload.Instead, try to improve things that you can actually change in the future.
Well, I'm going to be doing an REU/research and studying for the pgre's this summer - both of those will continue into my senior year.
The only thing I'm concerned about is how much of my free time I should put into the pgre's vs. research, when I've already done undergraduate research for the past two years and have decent recomendation letters. But, that's another topic...
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