Hi Ching Ting!
GPA is important. As you progress in life and in your career, your will always be monitored, and your performance level will determine much about your future. Employers and colleges have little to go on as a way of evaluating your level of performance and commitment and dedication to your task, so GPA, as it is about the only thing that they have upon which to evaluate you, becomes very important.
If you are having problems with getting good grades here are some tips:
- find out if you might be studying for a career that is not suited to your personality, interests, and aptitudes by taking these exercises as a way of determining the fit of your major. You also might want to talk to a career counselor at your school to help to determine proper fit. Here is a link that will be helpful
- if you find out that the career/major is a fit, then go to your academic adviser and/or your school's counseling center to see if you need some help in developing a better way of studying that might allow you to get better grades
- when you have determined a proper career area, contact the head of alumni relations at your school to talk to graduates of your school in your major area who have taken the same courses and see if they have any suggestions on how you might be able to get better grades.
Here are some good ways to get some helpful information and develop valuable relationships:
Sometimes it helps to have more of a balance in life while in college, here are some helpful tips:
Let me know if and how this might help. Keep me posted. I would like to follow your progress.