2nd semester college grades

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  1. USMA $WAG

    USMA $WAG Member

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    Hello all I have posted before regarding my second semester of college as an accepted re-applicant. I have become paranoid regarding my grades this semester regarding what I need to achieve not to get my acceptance rescinded. I am just curious as to what could potentially lead them to take away my acceptance, as of right now I am still siting pretty good but with 17 credit hours I am very busy. Would getting 1 or 2 C's be the end of me? I am easily confident in my ability to get As or Bs in my other classes its just 2 that I am somewhat worried about, one for the content(hard Comp Sci Class) and the other for the harsh grading by the teacher. I know there is no for sure answer but any advice or reassurance would be appreciated. Thanks!
     
  2. cynsni

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    Did you have an LOA?

    I am just curious, did you have an LOA that you are worried that they will rescind or an LOE? I honestly do not know the answer to your question about your 2nd semester grades but it seems that if you had an LOA you would have received your BFE by now? But again, I have NO IDEA when or how BFE's are sent. Good luck and get your grades back up!
     
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    ...... remember, they will also require your final transcript before R-day!
     
  4. falconfamily

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    The letter of appointment typically has language in it that sets the conditions of your appointment, generally you need to make make sure you do not get what they consider to be deficient grades, C-, D, F. D's and F's will almost certainly garner negative attention. A single C or low C should not be a big deal.
     

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