Can you still apply to grad school if you don't meet the GPA requirement?

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Neeraj
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I feel very discouraged right now. I graduated from college in 2006 with a degree in psychology and a GPA of 2.69 . I could have done better , but I was dealing with several medical problems during those years . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I started my online application for MSW ( Master of Social Work ) this morning , but then I realized the minimum average of 2.75 is applied. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I have many people in line to give strong letters of recommendation , and my personal statement is very strong too. I volunteer at a senior center , speaks fluent French , and fix computers on the side , so I'm pretty well rounded . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I feel discouraged , however , and I feel I should just give up. If I bother applying, or will the admissions office laugh at me? The GRE is not required, so that no balance the intake process in any way. Please help me , I feel like my body is heavy and numb with this sinking feeling .
Answer1RajniAnswered at 2012-10-15 04:37:31
You can always apply . To deny that would be discrimination .
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