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    Should I be concerned by phd sequence grades

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    At my ranked 20-30 school, I took the graduate micro sequence and the second graduate econometrics course as a junior. During the Spring, I took graduate real analysis (measure theory) at the same time and ended up getting straight A-'s in econometrics II , the real analysis course and the last two micro courses (A in the first micro course and mathematical economics)

    Should I be too concerned about these grades?
    My advisor never tells me anything :/

    Sorry if this is a noob question.

    Thanks!

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    Re: Should I be concerned by phd sequence grades

    Those grades are good enough to be helpful in admissions, as they are pretty reassuring that you won't have a problem with core courses.

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