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Notorious M.I.ANotorious M.I.A Registered User Posts: 5 New Member
edited December 2006 in Barnard College
When looking at GPA does Barnard consider both weighted and unweighted? I have only a 3.56 unweighted gpa but a 4.3 weighted gpa.
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  • churchmusicmomchurchmusicmom Registered User Posts: 4,059 Senior Member
    I believe Barnard considers not only the numerical value of your GPA but the difficulty of courses taken....meaning that they consider all aspects. They want to see that you have taken the most challenging courses available.
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