Regardless of the good intentions of college students, sometimes things happen. At the end of the semester, the great grades you wanted to get have turned into one–or more–failing grades. How can you turn this negative into a positive? Asks U.S. News. Here are several things to consider: 1. Check on financial aid: First and foremost, any student who has failed a college course needs to understand the consequences. If you’ve failed one or more classes, your financial aid may be affected. Check with your financial aid office to see if your financial aid package is going to change and, if so, what options you have…

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