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I am seriously stressing out so if anyone could offer me any insight that would be GREATLY appreciated. In May I graduated from Syracuse University with a Bachelor of Science in psychology with an integrated learning major of neuroscience. Unfortunately I graduated with a 2.9 and I am really worried.
I have a few semesters where I made the deans list and I have a year of research in two different neuroscience labs. One at Syracuse University and the other at SUNY Upstate Medical University. In my personal statement I explained that I have struggled with depression. I have fairly good letters of recommendations. During fall semester of my senior year I applied to PhD programs for neuroscience and was rejected from all of them. This time around I applied for the spring semester at the University of Hartford for the masters in neuroscience.
What are my chances of getting accepted?? PLEASE HELP! Thank you