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When applying to a Phd in Physics or Math , Does thedo grades in unrelated courses I took have any effect on my admission?

I'm currently studying (Undergraduate) Physics in a University where, regardless of their department, every student must take some English, Turkish and History courses, which I don't want to attend. Turkish and History courses are non-credit but not English, so it affects my GPA. Moreover, I will take violin, astrophysics and philosophy courses as non-included.

So here is my question: when I am applying for a PhD in Physics or Mathematics, does any of these courses have any effect on my admission?

NotNote:My My main concern is whether having low grades in English ,which is not a non-credit course, affect my Phd admission ?

When applying a Phd in Physics or Math , Does the unrelated courses I took have any effect on my admission?

I'm currently studying (Undergraduate) Physics in a University where, regardless of their department, every student must take some English, Turkish and History courses, which I don't want to attend. Turkish and History courses are non-credit but not English, so it affects my GPA. Moreover, I will take violin, astrophysics and philosophy courses as non-included.

So here is my question: when I am applying for a PhD in Physics or Mathematics, does any of these courses have any effect on my admission?

Not:My main concern is whether having low grades in English ,which is not a non-credit course, affect my Phd admission ?

When applying to a Phd in Physics or Math , do grades in unrelated courses I took have any effect on my admission?

I'm currently studying (Undergraduate) Physics in a University where, regardless of their department, every student must take some English, Turkish and History courses, which I don't want to attend. Turkish and History courses are non-credit but not English, so it affects my GPA. Moreover, I will take violin, astrophysics and philosophy courses as non-included.

So here is my question: when I am applying for a PhD in Physics or Mathematics, does any of these courses have any effect on my admission?

Note: My main concern is whether having low grades in English ,which is not a non-credit course, affect my Phd admission ?

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I'm currently studying (Undergraduate) Physics in a University where, regardless of their department, every student must take some English, Turkish and History courses, which I don't want to attend. Turkish and History courses are non-credit but not English, so it affects my GPA. Moreover, I will take violin, astrophysics and philosophy courses as non-included.

So here is my question: when I am applying for a PhD in Physics or Mathematics, does any of these courses have any effect on my admission?

Not:My main concern is whether having low grades in English ,which is not a non-credit course, affect my Phd admission ?

I'm currently studying (Undergraduate) Physics in a University where, regardless of their department, every student must take some English, Turkish and History courses, which I don't want to attend. Turkish and History courses are non-credit but not English, so it affects my GPA. Moreover, I will take violin, astrophysics and philosophy courses as non-included.

So here is my question: when I am applying for a PhD in Physics or Mathematics, does any of these courses have any effect on my admission?

I'm currently studying (Undergraduate) Physics in a University where, regardless of their department, every student must take some English, Turkish and History courses, which I don't want to attend. Turkish and History courses are non-credit but not English, so it affects my GPA. Moreover, I will take violin, astrophysics and philosophy courses as non-included.

So here is my question: when I am applying for a PhD in Physics or Mathematics, does any of these courses have any effect on my admission?

Not:My main concern is whether having low grades in English ,which is not a non-credit course, affect my Phd admission ?

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I'm currently studying (Undergraduate) Physics in a University ,where where,regardless regardless of their department, every studentsstudent must take some English  ,Turkish Turkish and History courses,which even which I don't want to attend  .Turkish Turkish and History courses are non-credit but not English  , so it affects my GPA.Moreover Moreover, I will take violin  , astrophysics and philosophy courses as non-included.So

So here is my question  : Whenwhen I am applying for a PhdPhD in Physics or in Mathematics  , does the any of these courses have any effect on my admission  ?

I'm currently studying (Undergraduate) Physics in a University ,where ,regardless of their department, every students must take some English  ,Turkish and History courses,which even I don't want to attend  .Turkish and History courses are non-credit but not English  , so it affects my GPA.Moreover , I will take violin  , astrophysics and philosophy courses as non-included.So here is my question  : When I am applying a Phd in Physics or in Mathematics  , does the any of these courses have any effect on my admission  ?

I'm currently studying (Undergraduate) Physics in a University where, regardless of their department, every student must take some English, Turkish and History courses, which I don't want to attend. Turkish and History courses are non-credit but not English, so it affects my GPA. Moreover, I will take violin, astrophysics and philosophy courses as non-included.

So here is my question: when I am applying for a PhD in Physics or Mathematics, does any of these courses have any effect on my admission?

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