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?

Comments (4)


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.

The WSO Advantage - Land Your Dream Job

Financial Modeling Training

IB Templates, M&A, LBO, Valuation.

Wall St. Interview Secrets Revealed

30,000+ sold & REAL questions.

Resume Help from Finance Pros

Land More Interviews.

Find Your Mentor

Realistic Mock Interviews.


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."


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.

Add a Comment
WallStreet Prep Master Financial Modeling