Should I have brought up my GPA?


I am applying for an S16 with a 3.1 GPA and 750 GMAT. I prepared for and was sorta expecting the question on low GPA in interview but it never came up, nor did I volunteer this topic.
Just wondering if I should've said something about it, or better leave it?

I am applying for an S16 with a 3.1 GPA and 750 GMAT. I prepared for and was sorta expecting the question on low GPA in interview but it never came up, nor did I volunteer this topic.
Just wondering if I should've said something about it, or better leave it?
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Duncan

Unusual to see someone writing in English about the Sweet 16. 

Yes, bringing up weaknesses shows self-understanding and engagement with the role and task of the interview. It sounds like they had other concerns on their mind, and it's not a problem if you were focussing on more pressing topics in the interview. 

Unusual to see someone writing in English about the Sweet 16.&nbsp;<br><br>Yes, bringing up weaknesses shows self-understanding and engagement with the role and task of the interview. It sounds like they had other concerns on their mind, and it's not a problem if you were focussing on more pressing topics in the interview.&nbsp;
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Didn't realize it was an unusual acronym here as I'm new :)

Thanks Duncan, I let it slide, thinking maybe GMAT is a good enough counterbalance, but still it would look better.

[Edited by Lucius_Vic on Oct 19, 2020]

Didn't realize it was an unusual acronym here as I'm new :)<br><br>Thanks Duncan, I let it slide, thinking maybe GMAT is a good enough counterbalance, but still it would look better.
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