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I'm an Ontario student going into my 3rd year in hopes of getting in a masters program in molecular biology or food science. This semester I am taking a biochemistry course. With this course there is also a complementary lab course offered that is not required in my program, however, most other programs in my department need to take it. I am unsure if I should take this course as it may be looked for during admissions, although if I didn't need to take it I could use this additional time to volunteer in one of my professor's lab to gain experience. I have looked into the admissions of these programs in my area and the minimum requirement is having a BSc along with the required average and letters of recommendation so It seems like not taking this course wouldn't affect me. Although, even if this course is not required for my Bsc, I feel as if not taking this course will heavily hurt my chances. Should I take this Biochemistry lab or use the time to build my research experience?
Hey everyone. I have my Bachelors in Nutrition from a state school and am applying to Masters in Food Science programs, however I have a low GPA (2.79). I have about 2 years of work experience and pretty good letters of recommendation. I was wondering if anyone had applied to this program or knew how competitive it was to get into them. These are the schools I am applying to: University of Kentucky, Mississippi State, Iowa State, Kansas State, University of Tennessee, Texas Tech ANY advice at all would really be appreciated!! Thank you in advance.