I’m currently a physics undergraduate student with poor grades. I started the physics program just because I liked physics but it wasn’t my specially and I wasn’t interested in academia. I’ve changed my mind about academia now and I am wondering if I can get into any cs graduate program with a poor gpa in physics.
I have a pretty good CV in CS and computer programming. I’ve been a TA for the last 2 years assisting CS courses in our department. I’ve also been teaching computer programming since then. I have some RA experience too.
I can get multiple letters of recommendation focussing on my CS skills from my professors.
Do you think I have a chance? What can I do more to prove my understanding of CS?
Or my poor GPA in undergraduate is a deal breaker?