My science gpa is probably like a 1.1 right now and I was working full time and messed up my first two years of undergrad. My cumulative gpa is 2.2. I literally switched my major from biology--> HEALTH SCIENCE and now psychology BA. Im thinking of double majoring or minoring for another year and trying to strive to aim for 4.0's now on atleast A- or B. Is this one way to go about it or just do a post-baccc. either way I am graduating late and I am a bit concerned if I really have a chance. please DON'T DISCOURAGE and say I don't have a chance. any constructive ideas are appreciated!! and NO, I am not trolling! I am just really extremely concerned about my future and what I should do to boost my gpa! first semester: C in general chem, C in calculus, C in chem lab 1, psychology intro B, second semester: C in general chem, Pass in calculus, B+ in gen chem 2, D in biology intro third semester: F- in intro to bio ( second time) and F in organic chem 1, B in English, b in sociology. summer of second year: F in organic chem 1. fourth semester: c in philosophy, c in anthropology, c in anatomy and physiology, fifth semester: D+ research methods, C in anatomy and physiology 2, c in social psychology, 6th semester: b in political science, c in social repro, b in English, a in arts, a in Spanish, 7th semester: changed to psychology major: stats! , drugs in the brain, abnormal psych, cognitive psych, humanitarian class for sociology.