When I write "chool" I mean from kintergarden, if you can remember that far back, to post-graduate (Ph.D level). For me, it was during my sophomore year. I took Microeconomics because I thought I wanted to be a businessman. Where I worked payed for degrees so long as they were, some how, relative to what they did there. So it was engineering or business. I took, what I considered to be, the easy way out. Half way through the course, I dropped it. It would have been a 'W'. But my friend, also a business administration major, coaxed me into getting back into the class. He talked to the prof for me and got me back in. Sweet. Not so. I wound up dropping the class again as it wasn't my strongest subject at all. I received a 'WF'. That allots a 0.0 which will be factored into your gpa. I only had two other B's, one was because I forgot to do a final, and the other was in Modern Dance. It didn't really hurt my gpa, but it did make it less than what I wanted. In high school- my worse subject was pre-calculus and geometry. Geometry because, though I tried, it didn't make much sense to me (though I passed with a 79.5 B-). Pre-calc was because it incorporated facets of geometry as well as algebra into the class and I just didn't feel like doing it.