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4 hours ago, PlatoandSocrates said:

I believe they look at all of your courses, save for the few lowest ones that they drop. It’s just your cgpa minus 6 or 12 or whatever credits. 

if i apply in 3rd yr, how many credits would they drop from cgpa?

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On 11/22/2020 at 12:03 AM, PlatoandSocrates said:

6 credits, which is two semester length courses. 

if i apply in 4th yr, then they would drop 12 instead of 6 correct?

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