If your GPA is comparatively low, there's still hope for getting into a good college or university.
This article, from the folks at Magoosh, provides some expert guidance, including the following 6 tips:
1. Master the admission test
2. Show an upward trend
3. Cast your net wide
4. Share your story with those writing letters of recommendation
5. Polish your other application materials until they shine
6. Write an addendum
For complete guidelines, read the full article: How to Improve Your Admissions Odds When You Have a Low GPA on Magoosh.com.
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