I'm graduating this year from an Ivy league university with a mediocre GPA (~3.1) and a major in physics. I've taken almost enough math classes to get a minor, but I got even worse grades in those classes (mostly Cs). I know I don't have any chance of getting into math grad school right now, but I'm hoping to go back to school in a few years with a new mindset and having studied everything I've missed out on.
I wanted to know the best things to do in my free time. I'll be working a full time job in LA, but are there places to take night classes or online classes? If I spend my time studying and learning on my own through MIT OCW or whatever, is there a way to put that work on paper? If I can ace the Math GRE, is that enough to show my improvement? I'm an international so I'm very worried about admissions.
Put simply, does anyone else have advice on being a non-traditional student in my situation.
Thank you so much!