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Old 05-19-2007, 02:07 AM   #1
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What graduate schools accept a 3.6 GPA?

I know a 3.6 overall tends to be on the low side for college, but what grad schools generally accept applicants with a GPA around that number?

I'm hoping there are some people on here can give me some insight. Thanks.
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Old 05-19-2007, 02:08 AM   #2
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what field of grad school are you looking at?
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Sorry, looking into an MBA program.

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was about to come in here saying how 3.6 being on the "low end" is BS but then i saw its a business major and that cleared things up
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was about to come in here saying how 3.6 being on the "low end" is BS but then i saw its a business major and that cleared things up
same here
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was about to come in here saying how 3.6 being on the "low end" is BS but then i saw its a business major and that cleared things up
How does that change things?
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How does that change things?
Average GPA's are different for different schools. I don't consider a 3.6 on the 'low' end, unless we aren't talking about a 4 point scale.
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Average GPA's are different for different schools. I don't consider a 3.6 on the 'low' end, unless we aren't talking about a 4 point scale.
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I think my final GPA was 2.8, and I was a business major.
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How does that change things?
engineering GPA's generally cannot be directly compared to business degree GPA's

basically business schools are generally a hell of a lot easier than engineering schools.

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I know a 3.6 overall tends to be on the low side for college, but what grad schools generally accept applicants with a GPA around that number?

I'm hoping there are some people on here can give me some insight. Thanks.
Most top tier MBA prgrams won't let you in until you have X number of years exprience in the field. Then your undergrad GPA isn't as important as what you did with it. Reach out to a few schools and talk to them.
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3.6 is low for colleges?! dang good thing I didnt even bother. I finished HS with a 2.0
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3.6 is good for college IMO
Sure is...but grad schools only want the best. As a university, you don't want to hand out masters and phds to just anyone.
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GJ on the 3.6 while it may not be high enough for you.. its still a good GPA. GL on all that

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