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It is hard to answer this question as the educational systems in the US and the EU are very different at the undergraduate level. A bachelor's degree, say in mathematics, in the US includes many other courses such as writing, history, philosophy, etc. Only about half of the program is mathematics. In the EU the degree is normally much more focused on maths. ...


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I'll assume this is the US. Most places will want the average over the four years, just as if you had switched from one four year program to another. You can list the two separately if you like, unless you are filling out an online form that only permits one number. But if you need to report a single number you should provide the most honest weighted ...


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I have received my undergrad degree in Eastern Europe, and my GPA was below 3 when I graduated. Of course it was a disadvantage while applying the grad school in the US because the admission offices usually check the GPA of an applicant first, and I was rejected directly. Yes, it was difficult to get accepted but not impossible. Here are some things that ...


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