Math graduate admission question

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kfcchicken98
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Math graduate admission question

Postby kfcchicken98 » Sat Oct 10, 2015 9:11 pm

I'm currently a junior in mathematics at UIUC. I have been doing pretty well in my math courses (2 courses in real analysis, 1 linear and 1 abstract algebra, 1 topology) so far, and I'm having mostly A and A+. I will be completing a graduate course in topology, a second course in abstract algebra, and a complex analysis course before I graduate. My question is: Do graduate schools care more about my math courses grades more or my general GPA more? I feel that I can work hard to maintain good grades in my math courses, but my other courses ( some general education courses) are not that good (some B and C's). Will those general education courses hurt my chances of getting to good grad schools?

p-adic
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Re: Math graduate admission question

Postby p-adic » Sun Oct 11, 2015 12:16 am

Maybe.

mathblob23481
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Re: Math graduate admission question

Postby mathblob23481 » Sun Oct 11, 2015 2:15 am

Whether it hurts you or not, imo it's pointless to worry about that aspect of your profile. Though it may sound not much of an advice, this is my 2cent :)




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