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GPA trends when applying for Grad school



Hi, I was wondering how important gpa trends are for applying to grad school. I did not do well my first couple years in undergrad. I got a 3.0, 2.5, and 2.3. Second semester sophomore I worked my butt off (I was in organic chemistry that year) and got a 3.3. For me that was dramatically better than the semester before. This semester isnt quite finished but close and I am looking at getting almost all A's (especially in my upper level bios) and if Im unlucky maybe a B+ in one class. If I continue this trend, how will this look on a Grad school application? Im doing a million times better and Im taking hard classes such as microbiology and virology. 

I appreciate the input, thankyou.


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