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  1. Hello, I have two questions, haha First, I’m wondering if it would be worth upgrading my GPA for a masters in counselling psychology m.Ed. at the University of Alberta. I completed a psychology with honours degree in 2019 with an 81% (3.3 gpa). I have a lot of applicable volunteer and work experience earned during and after my degree. I know that for most programs 3.7 is the competitive average. So I’m concerned that this could effect my chances. Second, if I were to upgrade my gpa by taking some more psychology courses, would it be better to take them through the U of A or at the institution I completed my undergraduate degree? Thank you for any feedback!😊
  2. Hi everyone, I'm considering applying into the University of Alberta for Environmental and Occupational Health. For those who were admitted into the program what was your GPA? I'm just trying to understand what the competitive average is. Also, did you come straight from undergrad or did you work for a few years?
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