Grades are not that important
I graduated with honors with a BA in English and a minor in Ethnic Studies. My major was about as important as my 3.9 GPA. I would later graduate with honors again in graduate school. But there has only been one client who has ever required a high GPA in their job description. Considering how much time I spent in the library, I secretly wished more did.
Having said all that, I wonder how much I would have listened to my own advice. Sometimes it takes living life versus listening to advice for us to really learn. So maybe that’s it. Maybe as you get ready to graduate, you should forgo all advice and stay connected with yourself. You are still young. But you carry the inner wisdom to know what’s right, what’s best for you and what will make you happy. If you can learn that early on, you can get through anything. Congratulations and good luck!
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