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2 PRD+ 1 submitted PRL vs bad GPA, apply for phd

  1. Nov 22, 2012 #1
    Hi all, thank you for reading this post!

    I am applying to US grad schools this year.
    Currently I have two PRD publication, one 1st authored, one 2nd authored. I have another publication on some low-level journal. I have also one paper submitted to PRL, 1st authored

    However I have some bad scores in my transcript. Failed QFT in undergrad (I am ashamed). I did part III Math at Cambridge but only got average-B.

    I am wondering what level of grad schools should I aim at? My research seems to be good but I am not sure how my bad GPA will affect my chance. Does anyone know similar cases like me?

    Thanks a lot!
     
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