Become IRS agent with very low GPA? Is that possible?

What's the chance of recent college graduate with accounting bachelor's degree and a very low GPA(2.7 cumulative & 2.1 major out of 4.0) becoming a IRS agent? Should he/she just give up on his/her dream of
becoming an IRS agent even before he/she had the chance to apply? Will the IRS recruiters just throw his/her application into the trash can as soon as they see the low GPA?
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snipped-for-privacy@earthlink.net was thinking very hard :

Most, if not all, federal jobs give extra credit to those who received a high GPA. However, to my knowledge, as long as you graduated from an accredited school, a low GPA won't count against you.
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