Hey, I'm about to be a sophomore, my gpa is lower than I'd want. I have a 3.5 Physics gpa and a 3.56 general gpa. The course material for Physics was actually pretty easy (and a lot of fun) but I skipped a lot of quizzes (I know, STUPID) which dropped me a letter grade to a B one semester so I have a 3.5 instead of a 3.85. I'm going to work a lot harder next year, attend more classes, hopefully raise that but... So far I've found the math department at my school to be pretty tough. My math gpa is a 3.15, pretty terrible. I don't think it will get easier. I like the material, just my peers are better at it, but that's not going to stop me from trying to learn it. The problem is, it will definitely continue to weigh down my gpa. So my question is, will grad schools cut me some slack seeing my tougher mathematics course load than say, a peer who only took basic mathematics and thus ended up with a higher gpa than me? Will the double major factor into their evaluation of my gpa?