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    Trying to make mom and pop proud
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    Tbh, the application outcome would largely depend on your letter and whether your references are willing to speak up for you. Grades are only for signaling purpose cause they want to make sure you can pass the first year core. But a lot of the applicants look similar in their profiles so letter matters a lot. If you have a prof willing to say that you are really good at research then I think ur chances are high.
    Thanks for your advice, my letter writers told me that I can expect very strong letters from them, so I'm hoping they will help (especially for making up those poor grades in math & econ..) Any other thoughts will be very much appreciated!

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    Hey all, I just realized I recorded my GPAs wrong in the original post.. my Overall GPA is 3.66/4.0 (not 3.67) and my last four semester GPA is 3.84/4.0 (not 3.87). My guess is that I made a typo in the overall GPA and computed my four semester GPA wrong.. (but these should be correct). It's a minor change, but do you guys think these will change/worsen my chances? Any input will be appreciated!

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    No one is going to care about the second decimal place of your GPA.

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