|By Srogers910 (Srogers910) on Sunday, May 02, 2004 - 03:29 pm: Edit|
I listed three second-semester AP high school courses on the application to my top-choice college that I submitted in October. At the beginning of the semester, one of those courses, AP French, was cancelled due to a teacher's medical concerns, and all students in the class were rescheduled. I enrolled in Spanish I. I must submit a final transcript after graduation, and although my grades are high enough to secure my admissions status, I feel that I should include an explanation of why my transcript does not match my application. What effect, if any, could this have on my admissions status, keeping in mind that it is beyond my control? Would an official letter from a counselor or my principal suffice as an explanation, or is it necessary to submit anything at all?
|By Nmoreno1 (Nmoreno1) on Sunday, May 02, 2004 - 04:44 pm: Edit|
As long as you explain the situation, or better, have a COUNSELOR explain the situation (since the reason is out of your hands), you'll be fine. Congrats!
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