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Grad schools for 3.36 GPA?

sirhcngsirhcng Registered User Posts: 5 New Member
For a Ph.D. in Neurbiology, what schools am I able to apply to?
Can I possibly get into Northwestern, U of Chicago, Wisconsin - Madison, U of Puerto Rico - Rio Piedras?

3.36 GPA
B.S. Biological Science
-Neurocscience concentration
GRE - not yet taken
Very, very good LORs
2 research experiences
-one for ~2.5 years
-2 manuscripts
-1 first authored
-1 co-authored
5 conference presentations
-1 national
-4 local

All while raising a child throughout college.
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