This cast gives our guidance on what to do when asked about your GPA.

In the first five or so years out of university (and for some, longer than that) one of the first questions one is asked is 'What was your GPA'? This is an easy enough question if you're proud of your achievement. But what if you didn't do as well as you hoped? Or circumstances conspired to make study difficult for you? Or you discovered that you were not mature enough or interested enough in your topic and you slacked off? There are a myriad of reasons why people do not do well in their university courses. In this cast we'll discuss how to handle that question.

This Cast Answers These Questions

  • Can I misdirect about my GPA?
  • Can I tell a story about my GPA in interviews?
  • I have a poor GPA. What do I do?

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