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Was your college GPA lower than you’re proud to admit? Best thing to do is to leave it off your graduate resume.

Maybe you matriculate at an academically tough school. Or perhaps something happened during your college years that demanded more of your attention than you could give without harming your grades, such as a family member’s illness or a financial crisis that required you to work more than was good for your scholastic health.

Whatever the reason, if your GPA is lower than you think that employers and grad schools will prefer, omit the numbers from your resume and concentrate on describing your other college and work accomplishments and your skills instead.

You’ll make a much better impression by doing that than drawing attention to your lower-than-you’d like GPA!

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