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Okay so basically I am falling hard on my behind in HS. My Freshman year I obtained a GPA of 3.60 and by end of Sophomore year it was around 3.4 -something. Well now I'm not doing so well for the first half of my a junior year, I am currently getting all C's and a D (FML) Im dropping the D class (Anatomy and Physiology) because I don't have the time for it and raising all of my C's - half of them are B's now. I calculated my first quarter grades and the GPA is like a 2.066 or w/e. if I continue to work on my grades and finish my Junior year with Mostly B's will it affect my GPA dramatically? And what are the chances of colleges looking at my GPA and rank. And do you know any colleges that will accept me with a clean slate? I'll really like to go to Texas, or Virginia. I really don't want to go to a community college either D:
It's not like I thought HS was going to be easier each year, I just move constantly ( this is my fourth school right now) and my credits get messed up or I have to advance a semester or something and it's really hard to do and balance my other classes at the same time but Im not trying to blame my constant migration on my poor academic performance. It's just a factor of my failure.
One bad semester won't kill your chances for a university. If you can get high grades this semester, you may be able to convince admissions offices that the previous semester was an aberration due to frequent moves. You are likely to be able to get into a good university, but UT-Austin and UVA are both notorious for having in-state bias and taking the cream of the crop. Unless you are a Texan or a Virginian, you don't have much of a chance. See list below for some very good colleges that are less selective than UT-Austin and UVA.
What's "particularly low?" Sounds such as you wish to visit a gigantic university; why? You have got to ask your self "why" on many questions earlier than achieving a determination. Attempting to learn among the traces, you can also wish to significantly do not forget a small tuition & no longer always the regional Junior College. One that's equipped to supply you extra private awareness & help. Perhaps it is going to no longer be as academically identified however it is going to minimize your risk of flunking out. You can constantly switch after bettering your GPA. Universities view College grades bigger than your HS efficiency. Why the low GPA? Didn't you're employed in your abilities in HS? Or did not the categories curiosity you? Are you in new-jersey now? Many small faculties aggressively seem for a various pupil combine. Heck, a few waive institution if you are from a state NOT adjacent theirs!
2.06 is not going to get you into a university. The good news though is that all is not lost. If you can get up to a 3.0 you will still have plenty of choices. If school will let you with the low gpa, try to get into as many honors classes as you can, and AP, although school may not allow that. Colleges want to see steady effort, but also that you challenged yourself. And if worse comes to worst, there is nothing wrong with spending a year at community college and getting decent grades there. Lots of people are choosing to do it simply as a cost saving device, or to boost their likelihood of being accepted to a 4 year school.
No college for you :'( your lucky you even graduated lol