EightDaysAWeek Posted April 15, 2014 Share Posted April 15, 2014 Hello, I will be graduating in May 2015 with a BS in Geophysics, and realized I only need a few more classes to get a BS in Geology as well (without delaying my graduation). I am trying to find out if this is something that's likely help with grad school applications (Masters programs), or if it will be largely ignored. I have heard from company representatives that they like to see Geophysicists with extra Geology experience, but I am not sure if this applies to grad schools as well. The other option would be a Minor in Math, Physics, both Math and Physics, or taking some PETE classes. Undergrad Institution: (Big State School)Major(s): BS GeophysicsOverall GPA: 3.0-3.2Type of Student: (Domestic) GRE Scores (revised): (only studied the night before and will be retaking before applying)Q: 158V: 160W: 3.5Research Experience: NoneAwards/Honors/Recognitions: Leadership AwardsPertinent Activities or Jobs: Physics and Calculus Tutor Executive Officer Positions In Various Organizations for all 5 years Applying to Where: Wide variety of public and private schools MS Geophysics Thank you in advance for any advice or just your thoughts in general! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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