I am struggling in a class that is for my second major (stats) which I felt like pursuing because I was really interested in that subject. I am in the B-/C+ range right now and this is not due to slacking off. Normally, I would just try to rock the final, but its a grad-level course (for the masters program) with a tough curve and the material is truly difficult.
How does a pass/fail look vs a low B or high C in terms of recruiting purposes and business school?
I am considering a couple options:
1) Try to end up with a B but with a good possibility it will go in the C range (I am at a target with a 3.9+ so I guess I could just take the hit)
2) Pass/fail it and retake it my senior year to complete the second major (its not a prereq for anything)
3) Pass/fail it and drop the second major since its not like I need it or anything (I could just minor or something)