Upper level "Core" courses most important for grad school?

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Core being Thermal, Mechanics, E&M, Quantum? Say I graduate with a average 3.4 gap, but ace these courses, would Grad admissions care about a rough first year including Cs in Calc I and II and Bs in General Physics?
 

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You are unlikely to get into MIT, but there are some top 100 schools that will have you.

Your Physics GRE, letters of recommendation, and research matter a lot also.
 

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