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Are students with poor academic results eligible to apply for a PhD or Masters program in the graduate school?

My academic result is not so good as I was working full-time and studying at the same time so it became hard to shine in school or study full time.

I want to study for my Masters or directly do PHD but I am worried the school will reject my application.

Are there schools in the US, Canada and Europe that offer funding for economically hard-pressed students?

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  • Two questions: (1) how bad is "not so good"? (2) was your job related to what you want to do your PhD in? – xLeitix Sep 22 '14 at 11:50
  • 1. 'not so good'means not good marks in theory examinations but good marks in assignments and practical lab assignments. 2. no, my job was the "flipping burgers" type to make ends meet. – 999 Sep 22 '14 at 12:00
  • Can you provide us a ballpark letter grade average or percentage average? Good is super-relative. – Compass Sep 22 '14 at 13:17
  • the grade is 3/5 – 999 Sep 23 '14 at 21:02