So much presumption and judgment, so little advice. Whatever.
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Thanks for the advice! I prefer to think that my GPA is that of a very lazy, very unfocused person who is otherwise intelligent, lol. But seriously, I started college before I was ready, and then I had to deal with depression. And, I haven't graduated yet, so there's a chance that I could raise my GPA a tiny bit, but not by much.
Whoa! Stop right there. If that's true, you CAN follow fortook's advice. Take as many creampuff classes as you can take before applying for graduation. Seriously, like take a Summer-Fall-Spring-Summer classes at a Junior College. Take ONLY as many classes as you need to graduate from your school. The more high grade credits you can get in there, the more you can raise that GPA.
And don't delude yourself. A lazy, unfocused person who is otherwise intelligent is probably somebody who ended up with a 3.0. A 2.1 is the GPA of somebody who is just stone cold stupid. If you can change that thing, do it.