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Chances of me getting into Columbia

sdn209sdn209 Registered User Posts: 3 New Member
I'm currently a junior and I wanna go to Columbia University. I'm taking 2 honors, 5 ap classes and have As in all of them except 1 B in ap physics. I'm worried that this B will affect my chance of admission. I'd really appreciate some inputs here. Thanks

Replies to: Chances of me getting into Columbia

  • skieuropeskieurope Super Moderator Posts: 38,304 Super Moderator
    If Columbia rejects you, it will not be because of one B.
  • uithes923uithes923 Registered User Posts: 4 New Member
    Assuming your cumulative GPA is high even with the B, it will have very little effect. Best would be to shoot for at least a B+/A- by the end of the semester, and an A next semester. They like to see growth / improvement. Though I have a friend that got into Columbia with a few Bs over the course of high school – as long as your test scores are good you will still be a competitive applicant.
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