Is a C- GPA Good?
A C- is firmly below the national average GPA of a B. While not terrible, this isn’t an impressive GPA. With just a few changes to your study habits, you can catch up to the national average in no time.
For high school students
A C- doesn’t look great to a four-year college or university, but is likely sufficient to apply to a community college. After two years there, you may transfer to a four-year institution.
For college students
A C- is not good enough to apply to a graduate program. You should consider joining the workforce or work hard on bringing your GPA up.
How Can I Raise My GPA?
To bring your GPA up, you must focus. Make time to study and stay on top of assignments and projects.
Know when tests and assignments are due.
Study and rework assignments every day.
Work with a student who is performing well in class to make sure you understand the material.