Seatbelt Blue Posted September 19, 2012 Share Posted September 19, 2012 (edited) Hey there. I'm applying to a few different Theology master's programs. I applied and was accepted at Seton Hall, but I had to defer for financial reasons, so I'm taking the opportunity to apply elsewhere. I have an application pending at Fordham, but my first choice is Boston College. Here's my deal. I was not a stellar student my first couple years of undergrad, and I ended up on academic suspension for a year; mostly, I stopped going to class. I was a dumb kid. I spent the next three dragging my GPA out of the muck, and graduated with a 2.7. My major GPA is a 3.4. On the GRE, I nabbed a 170/170 Verbal, 151/170 Quantitative, and 5.5 written. My letters of recommendation are blindingly glowing. Additionally, after graduation, I did a year at seminary before leaving, where I nabbed a 4.0. I've struck up a decent rapport with the associate admissions director at BC, and I'm planning on visiting next month so I can establish a personal connection. Do I have a shot? Edited September 19, 2012 by seatbeltblue Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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