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Hi, I am currently a junior at a non-target. I was a pre-health chemistry major till this year until I finally switched my major to economics after I realized my interests were not in the health field and I couldn't stand another chemistry class. I had around a 2.0 gpa in the major but after the switch I got a 4.0 last semester in 16 credit hours of econ coursework. Should I include my science gpa even though chem is not my major anymore applying for internships?

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Comments (4)

  • i.short.you.you.short.me's picture

    You must put your entire GPA, but you could put only your ECON major GPA if you like to make note that it's higher.

  • yeahright's picture

    Why would you include a major GPA that isn't your major? Does that make sense to you?

    Frank Sinatra - "Alcohol may be man's worst enemy, but the bible says love your enemy."

  • BTbanker's picture

    I usually only include the classes I get A's in to show the interviewer what they want to see. Sure, I throw an A- or two in there, so it looks legit.

    These are skills you should master if you want to work in banking.

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