curious-grad Posted November 24, 2020 Share Posted November 24, 2020 Hi all, Debating whether to share these post-grad grades for my MS Stats applications this year (to Stanford, Berkeley, UCLA, UChicago, Duke). For context, I went to undergrad 5-6 years ago at UC Berkeley and got a 3.66 overall GPA, but with lower grades in some key math classes. Math courses: Multivariate calc (A), Lower-div Linear Algebra (B+), Upper-div Probability (A-), Upper-div Linear Algebra (B+), Real Analysis (B+), Numerical Analysis (A), Complex Analysis (A-), Abstract Algebra (B) Econ courses: Micro (A), Macro (A-), Econometrics (A-), Mathematical Econ (A), Applied Econometrics (B), Economics Research (B-), Advanced Topics in Development (A+), Public Economics (A), Urban Economics (A+), Honors Thesis (A) I recently completed two courses at the Master's level at Stanford, and got A- in both for linear optimization and statistical inference. I'm technically not required to report these grades, and I'm debating whether I should. I heard it might not be a good signal to get an A- in grad level classes since grad school grades very loosely. What are your thoughts? Am I being paranoid? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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