i don't know. Why would the average GPA for the program be 2.5? It doesn't make sense. I imagine, if that is the case then that means the grades aren't inflated at all. Even so, it seems quite low. U of T has the reputation of being the best school in Canada (well, along with McGill) and one of the best in the world. That demonstrates poor teaching if you average student is getting a C+... even if the grades are uninflated. I would expect more from U of T.
Damn you and your superior education. My school doesn't offer half those classes. WTF am I learning?
I think this is my first post. I always felt that I was an outsider due to my wanting to go to graduate school in medical physics rather than physics. But I guess I'm not the only one. So here is my stat.
That's nice. But when you present a 3.5 GPA despite being in the top 25% of the class in the top physics school in the country, you're going to have a tough time convincing graduate schools that you're not a stupid slacker.
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