So I'm finishing up my 3rd year in a Nanoengineering undergrad, and I'm doing rather badly - only a B average... that's 75%. Naturally, I had a dream long ago of Stanford Master/PhD and what not, but since that's something in the 90%s, any top tier grad school is out of my reach. Now I'm wondering whether all grad schools are out of the question. (Well, I do have a philosophy minor in which I've gotten an A- average. Maybe I can get PhD in that :rofl: ) But anyway, in doing some searching about, I've found quite a number of schools that require 'only' a B average as your minimum, a few even B-, to qualify you for graduate school. Naturally, I'm wondering whether this means that the university/program is so bad I shouldn't even bother.