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Yes, they will look bad unless the university replaces the old grade with the new one as some do. And if you continue to get poor grades in important courses it will look worse. But there are a number of other factors that people might consider, provided you can get them to look at an application. First, starting out on the wrong foot isn't uncommon. Nor ...


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Of course the poor grades will look bad, especially in core courses. As Buffy says, it's always easier, however short-sighted, to admit students who have been consistently successful than students whose records are more variable. But retaking the same (or equivalent) courses and doing well would be strong evidence that you've gotten past whatever was ...


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