Question by Anna: Is it impossible to get accepted into Graduate school in Psychology with a 2.5 GPA?
I graduated in 2008 with my BS degree. I have three years of research lab experience and strong LOR’s from my professors. I am interested in studying cognitive psychology or neuroscience. I wish I studied harder as an undergrad, but I didn’t think then that it was so important to maintain a high GPA.
Answer by MomSezNo
Probably. Consult one of the grad program guidebooks to see what the GPA stats are for different programs.
Why would you think it wouldn’t be important to maintain a high GPA? In college, your job is to study and learn; a high GPA is evidence of your ability to do your job well.
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