At the university I was attending I was originally a math major but due to personal circumstance and poor study habits/lack of motivation my GPA was not exactly the best. Due to this and other reasons I was dismissed from univ two years ago but at the moment I am currently in the position of applying for readmission however, I will not be able to attend as a math major due to the minimum requirement of the major having been bumped up in the past few years that I have not been attending school. And so, at the moment I am strongly considering majoring in statistics as I am interested in finance, math and the actuarial field, not to mention that most of the courses I have currently completed are covered under that major as well. However how are my prospects career-wise this far in, esp. as an actuary? I have a little over 2 years attendance at univ, most of those courses being general eds and math prerequisites + a few upper division courses. Will my poor record in my first two years haunt me forever?I feel a bit daunted. I know that I 'messed up' but I'm doing my best now and have been self studying for much of the free time I have available outside of the job that I work. How does it look for me? Feel free to break my heart with the cold truth, I just want to know what I'm getting myself into here.