You're fine. Just do better in the remaining courses.
I am glad to have found this site. I am currently a freshman at a well regarded university (top-15, generally considered very rigorous). However, I unfortunately didn't do exceptionally well this year for a variety of reasons (Ended with around a 3.4) and I am wondering if this will be a major problem for graduate schools.
Currently I have taken Micro (A-) and Multivariable Calc (B) and game theory course (B-)..... Next semester I will be starting the intermediate sequence and doing a lot more math. I am hoping to get around a 3.9 the next couple of semesters. I am doing research this summer and will obviously continue that work.
Do you think it will be possible to go to a well regarded grad school if I do well into senior year (at least as good as my undergrad?)
Thank you for your responses and for this great resource.
If's it's atrocious, where the grades will scream at someone who opens your envelope -- mention it briefly in your SOP and say you've matured (if you have). Otherwise, adcoms usually recalculate your GPA using the last two years of your transcript. They don't give a **** that you studied the power points in bio 101 really hard your first year out of mom and dad's house.
Thank you for the replies.
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