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Another Grad School Question

  1. Apr 15, 2010 #1
    So I am studying physics at some small university and i'm interested in getting into grad school. My first year and a half I screwed up with a 3.0 and got C's in all of my chemistry and biology classes. However I have never gotten lower than a B in any of my math or physics classes. In fact, I was a year ahead in my major and I scored in the A/B range for my upper division physics classes. I even took two graduate courses and received B's. Fortunately my last two years I was able to get my GPA up to a 3.5 due to all of the upper division math and physics courses I've taken. Also, I've been doing research for the last two years on quantum computing and I have one paper published. Lastly I scored in the 85% of the GRE physics exam. So what sort of grad schools should I be looking at?
     
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