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Old 01-01-2011, 03:42 PM
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I just had a question. My overall GPA at the moment is about a 3.1. This is low mainly because in my early college years I wasn't sure what major I wanted and never applied myself as much as I could have do to working about 30 hours a week. I started with Biology and then switched to computer science and never did very good in these classes. I am now an accounting major with a GPA around 3.6 in my accounting and business core classes. My question is will my overall GPA hurt my chances at getting into a good graduate program or a good job, or will my major core classes GPA of 3.6 be good enough? Also, I still have another year of school left to bring it up even higher.

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