scientist410 Posted April 30, 2015 Share Posted April 30, 2015 Hey all, I just finished my second year of Biological Sciences and moving into my degree major of Cellular, Molecular and Microbiology. However (despite my current best efforts) I was still under my goals for the semester and will finish second year with cumulative 3.14 GPA (projected, depending on how I do regarding two more classes). This isn't nearly good enough to be competitive for Grad Schools in Canada and I've started to get down on my future prospects for Grad School because I'm starting to feel like I've done myself over. However I do still have a couple more years, do you think its possible to turn myself around in time to get into Grad School? My dream schools are McGill or UofT. PS. In case some ask about the low GPA, my first semester I basically tanked out of not being used to University (GPA 2.9) and after that I started to get better but as of 3 semesters later its just a wad of B's and B+'s. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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