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They certainly do have a separate pool for grad applicants. I don't think a certain number of seats are reserved for them per say, but they are definitely counted differently. Whether it is easier or harder to get in is hard to say. You're evaluated on different things. You can have a lower undergrad GPA as a grad student, but you're also judged on research productivity, etc. If you have a low GPA, grad school may be one option because it gives you a "second chance" at proving yourself. Of course, you could always do a second undergrad or a lap year so if you're not interested in actually doing research, then don't bother with grad school - it's probably not the right option for you.

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