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September 21, 2023

Big 4 major gpa problem?

So I recently got a full time offer from PwC and on the intial application, I put down a 3.4 major GPA. I had a rough semester and got a C+ and a B in two of my accounting classes and my major GPA fell to a 3.125

Now here's the question, my transcripts do not include my major gpa anywhere and don't explicitly say which classes are apart of the major. It only includes my overall cumulative GPA which is 3.53. Does this mean that when I send in my transcripts, they won't even bother looking for the major gpa? I figure HR isn't going to take the time to manually calculate it but I am just wondering.

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