Tough situation. Need your advice.
I am one of those ... bad students. But, I have a great motivation now which I never had during the last 3 years of undergraduate studies to go to Grad school to learn Finance.
I am a senior at City College of CUNY.
I have two majors, Economics (3.47 GPA) and Computer Science (3.1 GPA) with CumGPA being 3.205.
My transcript does not look good at all. I have 5 Ws (two of which have lab sections dropped together automatically, so technically there are 7Ws, 1 F, 2 Ds) As you can see I also have bad grades.
I was a bad student in a way that I studied at the last day before the exam and never bothered studying consistently at all. My mistake. Understood it. Admit it. Working on it.
I have had semesters with 2.2 and 2.7 GPA and at the same time semesters with 3.7 and 4.0 in 300+ level courses. As you can notice, I am not a stable person. I've inflicted a lot of pain to myself by procrastinating and has successfully destroyed my future.
Enough about that.
My goal, and only goal is to go to Graduate school to become professional in the sphere of Finance since I am struggling with CS major, whether it's because I am too stupid to succeed or CS is difficult to begin with, I just am not confident with my CS skills. I feel like I would be a quick learner in Finance and find my way easier, possibly. Maybe I am wrong. That's why I need help.
In order to get into Grad school, my unstable performance in Undergrad years is not enough, as you can see.
So, do you recommend me to apply for Post Bacc program and excel in at least 10-15 courses to prove to Grad schools that I have finally calmed down and ready for the Grad school? Should I do 2nd Bachelors in Finance which will take like 2 years?
What are my possible options that are not yet so obvious to me? Please give me advice. I really appreciate it. I need help to organize my life and future.
Thank you for your time and attention.