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9 months ago
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I'm Junior and went through a sophmore slump and was wandering how i could bring my GPA up from 2.3 to a 2.9 or 3.0
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I want to bring my GPA up to a 2.9 or 3.3 by the end of the year or by the end of senior year.

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@ImMakingProgress.Gracie9 months ago

Have you considered taking summer courses to add to your GPA? For me I've taken a lot of honors classes and I've noticed it gives more points towards your GPA, and while it is more of a challenge for some anyone can do it if they put effort in.

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9 months ago

taking ap or honors classes and doing well in them (As or Bs) will be the most helpful! also the ap exams can boost gpa if u do well. hope this helps !

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9 months ago

if you have access to dual enrollment courses, take as many of those as possible. You don't have to take actual college courses with difficult subjects, like chemistry or calculus. You could take some art technique or sociology courses, which usually don't have a huge workload, and the college I take dual enrollment classes at only has 3 or 4 essays per course. Some schools cover the cost of college courses you take through dual enrollment, which is definitely a bonus, because you'll be getting college credit that applies to most in-state public schools without paying, like you would for AP courses.

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