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I was just wondering, so hypothetically speaking, suppose one manages to maintain a GPA of 3.8-4.0 in all math courses throughout the undergrad studies( I am a math major by the way), but for some reason gets a mixture of A's and B's ( where B's dominate) in all other non-math courses, then how badly will this affect your application when you apply to a Grad school for a Ph.D program in Math? I know that it will defenitely affect it, but anyone out there that has more experience in this, will the selection commeete pay too much heed to this part. Assuming also that you have a pretty decent number of math courses, like 2 semesters of Abstract Algebra, the same with Real Analysis, Number theory, one semester of Topology, Complex Variable, etc.??

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# Courses GPA in math and non-math courses!

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