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Those with GPAs greater than 3.79 who also scored above 517 on the MCAT had acceptance rates of 87.8%. While you can still get into medical school with a low GPA, these stats indicate the connection between GPA and MCAT scores and speak to their importance in the selection process.
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I am a Junior at Kennesaw State University Majoring in Finance and minoring in FinTech.
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I'm currently a junior at Kennesaw State University pursuing BBA in Economics and Finance with a minor in FinTech.
I'm currently in my senior year of a Bachelor's degree in Performing Arts (creative writing minor). I've always wanted to do lots of different jobs and I'm still not sure about what I want to do after graduating! I'm thinking of becoming a writer (screenwriter, poet, songwriter). Maybe I should...
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