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03/22/2017 16:23:46 - (David)
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    03/17/2017 12:18:58 - (David)
    Your GPA and admissions chances
    03/17/2017 12:19:59 - (David)

    It's not unusual for a grad school applicant to worry about how their undergrad GPA might affect their admissions chances, notes Senior Consultant Heather Macneill. Many misgivings can be put to rest by understanding how admissions committees look at academic records.

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    03/10/2017 10:01:36 - (David)
    Neubauer Family Foundation Gifts $25 Million to U Chicago
    03/10/2017 10:03:08 - (David)

    The Neubauer Family Foundation has given the University of Chicago a $25 million gift, the largest in the school's history for Ph.D. educational purposes, to help the school attract top candidates for humanities, physical sciences and social sciences.

    03/09/2017 16:22:03 - (David)
    Grad School Admission Criteria
    03/09/2017 16:23:03 - (David)

    Graduate school admission criteria are the minimum standards that a graduate school wants in an applicant. They vary from program to program, and you should make sure to check the specific admissions criteria for any school you apply to (including deadlines). That said, there is a set of criteria that most reputable programs follow:

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    03/04/2017 18:29:01 - (David)
    USciences to lose accreditation for PA program
    03/04/2017 18:37:47 - (David)

    University of the Sciences in Philadelphia will be losing accreditation for its physician assistant program. The school is offering two semesters of free tuition to undergraduate students who were planning to enter this program so they can complete a bachelor's in another area. Alternatively, it has pledged to help them transfer to an accredited program in the region.

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