marten wrote:There have been some good and thorough posts on this before, but what ultimately matters are the actual grades that you earned in the upper level physics classes. If your GPA was pulled down by a D in Human Sexuality or a C in East Asian Philosophy (as interesting as those classes may be), admissions committees will be more interested in the A you earned in Electromagnetism II.
tiyusufaly wrote:Say you are applying to be an experimentalist but your lab course grades are lower than your theory course grades (the standard, mechanics, electromagnetism, quantum, stat mech). However in general the school you go to grades lab courses harder than theory courses. Do schools hold it against you if you are applying for experiment?
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