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Low Grades

IceCold125IceCold125 Registered User Posts: 12 New Member
I got a 75 in Biology my freshman year and a 72 in Chemistry my sophomore year. In all my other classes I had A's and B's. I am a junior now. How do colleges look at these two bad grades? Can I compensate for getting an A in Physics? Thanks!

Replies to: Low Grades

  • artloversplusartloversplus Registered User Posts: 7,646 Senior Member
    GPA and SAT/ACT are all college care about. If you cannot get into the best college, go to one that will accept you. Do well in the college, the graduate schools will not look back at your high school records.
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