ProudCatMom Posted February 1, 2018 Share Posted February 1, 2018 I've noticed in a couple of the programs I have applied to that it is stated PhD funding is reserved for "exceptionally well qualified candidates" with high GPAs. But for those who have both a Bacherlor's and a Master's, which GPA do they put more emphasis on in determining this? For instance, my undergrad GPA was just ~okay~ (3.3/4.0) for a variety of reasons. However, I really flourished in my master's program and focused on dedicating myself to my courses and opportunities and will be graduating with a 4.0/4.0. Will a 'meh' undergrad GPA take away from a strong performance in my master's program in terms of funding opportunities? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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