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  1. (L) ACADEMIC CONSISTENCY. In all cases, the Admissions Committee has the right to code an application inactive based on (i) an irregular academic record (e.g., grades declining over time or grades fluctuating over a wide range) or (ii) incongruence between the academic record and MCAT results (e.g., MCAT result unexpectedly low based on the UAA). My grades in my first and second year fluctuated over a wide range. I passed all of my courses and currently have a GPA above 80%, but I am worried that some of my low grades that will be used in my UAA will code my application inactive when I apply. Anyone wanted to shed some light on this. I am taking the MCAT soon and feel really good about it.
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