I studied abroad for a year and failed both semesters. I had a 3.18 before I left for study abroad. 4 C's in upper level science courses were dragging me down. Now I'm at a 2.57 because of the study abroad grades.
I returned to my University and retook the classes. We have a academic forgiveness policy. I got all As and Bs in the classes once I retook them but my school said the academic policy does not replace study abroad grades so they are still being calculated into my GPA.
What should I do? This is my senior year. I will be finished in December with all required courses besides Spanish 202 so I'm going to take it in the spring along with 3/4 of the classes I got a C in.
However I still don't think my gpa will be above a 2 something before graduation. && it's too low for post bacc..... is there anything else I can do to raise it or better my chances for getting into a post bacc program. I already retook the classes I failed abroad and I'm retaking the classes I have Cs in which will help some if of course I do better which I plan to, but I still don't think it will help much. Any advice????