Mathematics Graduate School I have a couple concerns/questions for everyone out there. I REALLY appreciate you reading this thread, even if your replies will be a letdown. Background: I currently go to Georgia Tech, pursuing my second undergraduate degree in mathematics (first was in civil engineering), and have hopes to go to graduate school in mathematics. Concerns: 1) I have a lower GPA due to courses that will not count towards my mathematics degree. Basically towards the end of my civil degree, I really became uninterested and got quite a few C's in the engineering classes. My overall GPA is 3.21, but in my upper level mathematics courses it will be around 3.5 to 3.7 when I graduate, higher if one considers the lower level mathematics courses, which brings me to my next concern 2) The lower level mathematics courses I took were at a small school (I transferred into GT). What does this mean to someone looking at my application? Do they count etc. I don't want to spend the extra money going to school if this is going to factor in so much that I won't get into a graduate program (M.S. or Phd. program). I know everyone cant give me a sure answer on who will accept or reject me, I just want to hear if you think the goal of getting into a graduate program (not necessarily top 15) is unreasonable given the following resume so far: 3.21 overall GPA, but closer to 3.75 GPA on courses listed as required by the mathematics department 3.5 to 3.7 GPA in 3000+ level mathematics courses 1 summer REU, possibly more research with the same professor 2 semesters TA and I have 3 letters ready. GRE scores T.B.D. With the information I've given, what is the best assessment you can give?