getting into a master's program when you have poorundergraduate grades?
15 May 2008 - 9:30am
7 years ago
I found myself in a similar situation a few years ago. I had to take
courses to prove I wasn't an idiot before being admitted to grad school.
(The penalty for having too much fun as an undergrad.) Are there no
courses you can take to earn your entry, that would fit with the program
you want? I was able to take core courses to get in, then had way more
interesting options to choose from within the program. Take anything you
can that will put you further down the path you want to take. Even if
you can't take courses from the program, there have to be some that will
benefit you along the way.
Pat Barford M.Ed
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