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Applying for Grad School

MroptiMropti Registered User Posts: 2 New Member
Hi everyone,
I have a few questions regarding the application process for grad schools. I'm currently a senior majoring in biology and i'll graduate next year on may. I'm looking forward to going to grad school for biomedical research next year in fall. Is that possible? If so should i start my application this fall? I am asking these stupid questions because I wonder if the admission committee wants senior students or graduated students to apply.
Another question is that my gpa is 3.2 right now and i know that most of the grad schools have a minimum requirement of 3.0. What are my chances? I did a biomedical research this summer at a university. Any help will be much appreciated. Thanks
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