|By Qtipb0y (Qtipb0y) on Monday, June 21, 2004 - 01:59 am: Edit|
i am currently in the process of getting out of san jose state and transfering over to a community college in hopes of going to a better school. my gpa for the end of my first year is a 3.189 (not great i know), but that is not what i am asking. what i am asking is when i apply to colleges (UC's only), will they see my fall 2004 grades and factor that into my overall gpa? like, i'll apply in november and let's say the gpa is still looking like a 3.2, but the fall semester i get a 4.0 (haha), that would boost up my gpa. would the colleges ask for a transcript from my fall semester and add that into my cummulative gpa and thus give me a better chance of getting into their school?
thanks alot for your help eventhough it may seemed like i was rambling for a bit :P. my sister wants to use the computer and i want to make sure i get this post in!
|By Bluevartouhi (Bluevartouhi) on Monday, June 21, 2004 - 03:29 am: Edit|
Yes, they will allow you to input your fall grades online, and they will consider your fall grades in making a decision about accepting you.
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