I am gonna be upfront, my second year is bad, really, really bad. A mix of things, but ultimately I ended up W'ing four courses, and taking an F in a course I could not withdraw from all in my second semester of my second year (got placed on academic warning too). I learned a lot after that semester, changed programs, switched my major to a science I was more interested in (yay for physics and physical chemistry), and really contemplated on what I wanted to do, as I was previously interested in pharmacy/dentistry but realized in my second year I didn't enjoy the biology and biochemistry courses I was taking and didn't want to continue on the path I was headed. I thought about dropping university altogether, but after shadowing a family friend who is a partner at a commercial law firm I realized how interesting it was to me, and I got hooked. My third and fourth year improved a bit, my L60 GPA is a 3.75 (got my first A+ in my fourth year yay) and my first year was a 3.1 so nothing special, but better than my 2nd. I understand my undergrad GPA is gonna burn me, but do I still have a shot at getting a 1L summer job, if not would the undergrad GPA hold me back for a 2L summer job at a larger firm such as Bennet Jones (grew up around the oilfield and would love to work at the firm that helped pioneer the O&G industry in Alberta and drafted the first oilfield contract)? Thank you in advance for any input, and the reason why I posted in this forum is because I read a few other posts and it seemed like there might be a regional difference in the importance of undergrad GPA for 1L and wanted to hear from Calgary specifically.