hydraphoenix Posted May 16, 2015 Share Posted May 16, 2015 All of the searching I did for this question led me to undergrads applying for school, but this is for when you're already in a PhD program. I hope this is the right place to ask this: A lot of people believe GPA "doesn't matter" in graduate school since you are only required to keep a minimum GPA (usually 3.0) to stay in the program. But in terms of applying for fellowships, I hear the NIH and other programs actually consider your GPA, so these are two conflicting statements. Does a GPA actually matter for fellowship applications? Has a B+ ever held anyone back from getting fellowship funding? Thank you for your time Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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