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classof2024
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GPA = Yikes

My current GPA is in the 3.4-3.5 range but I want to go to MIT for a double major in Aerospace Engineering, and Computer Science. I'm taking harder courses along with studying and working harder in all of my classes what would I have to do in order for my GPA to go up to a 3.8? Is it possible at all???

 
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Consider becoming a full-time dual-enrollment student. It's a great way to boost your GPA and you'll get a head-start on college credits.

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