I have currently completed two years of my four year bachelor program as a Canadian student at McMaster University in Canada. I am pursuing an honours degree in Economics with a minor in finance.
I am currently taking a year to catch up on finances which i poorly managed my first two years as I went a little overboard with partying and spared no expense on fine cigars and alcohol. My first two years I switched around from business to political science to doing random courses in the social sciences. I have decided to pursue a degree in economics as I already have two years worth of credits which I can use towards this degree and the fact that I believe it will serve as a solid foundation for a career in banking which I am pursuing. I had a very poor gpa my first two years, in the vicinity of 3.1 .
Now, I have taken a year off and managed to intern 2015 and have a contract until the beginning of May 2016. After that I plan on getting into their program as I have already applied internally and was told I have a very high chance of being accepted taking into account the fact that I am already an employee. My question is whether I should finish my degree and apply to a msf program or attempt to get into Ivey after completing my four year program since Ivey only looks at your most recent 10 credits which amounts to last 2 years? If I stop fucking around and put my mind to it and achieve a GPA of around a 3.6/3.7 my last two years, should I go for another undergrad degree at Ivey or kill the qaunt section of the GMAT and pray to some higher power I get into a decent msf? My end goal is investment banking and then potentially PE.
Thank you for your time and I really appreciate any insight on the matter!