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What's up guys. So basically, I had really bad personal issues to deal with my first semester of junior year. I dealt with them really well, refusing to let them mess me up, and ended up with a 3.64 overall GPA. My second semester, however, I just gave in and was in a really bad place, and this was also largely why I never applied for any SA positions (started seeing a therapist too, and it slightly helped). Long story short, I ended the semester with a terrible 2.7, bringing my overall GPA to a 3.48. I'm not disappointed with myself because as people have told me "shit happens" and sometimes we just can't control it, but it does suck that it happened. My question is, do you think it'd be wrong for me to keep putting the 3.64 rather a 3.48, since I can't clarify in my resume what happened?


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  • SonnyZH's picture


    The HBS guys have MAD SWAGGER. They frequently wear their class jackets to boston bars, strutting and acting like they own the joint. They just ooze success, confidence, swagger, basically attributes of alpha males.