Flux2 Posted December 31, 2013 Share Posted December 31, 2013 Hi I'm a junior at a top10 university majoring in biology/physics.So I'm planning to apply to grad school and I have interests in bioelectronics and developing "artificial" memory in cells.And the problem is that I don't know what department I should apply to.Shall I apply to physics/applied physics, biology, BME?Because another problem is that I have a mediocre cumulative gpa (3.5ish) due to some biology courses(done really bad C's :/) but have decent gpa w/ physics and math courses.Will it help me if I apply to physics or BME rather than biology?Or will I still have the same chances regardless?Thank you!! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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