aftervirtue Posted April 20, 2020 Share Posted April 20, 2020 (edited) Hi. Next year will be my final year of undergrad and I will be completing an honours degree in Philosophy and minor in Psychology. I have a 3.89 and have no idea what my writing sample will be like as I don't plan on starting it until May; however, I unfortunately earned a B- in Logic this semester and am worried about how this might affect my chances in applying to MA and PhD programs. Given the sheer competitiveness of PhD programs, would this be enough to sway admissions committees? I am primarily interested in Philosophy of Cognitive Science, Mind and Feminist Philosophy. Specifically, I am worried that competence in Logic is valued enough in Mind and Cognitive Science that a poor mark may seriously hurt my chances. As so, should I look into retaking Logic? Edit: I don't mean to imply that Feminist Philosophers do not value Logic; surely, they do. Edited April 20, 2020 by aftervirtue Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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