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D in a major math class

deanguyendeanguyen Posts: 1Registered User New Member
I have been conditionally accepted into cal poly's electrical engineering program as at transfer for Fall '11. But, I took a linear algebra course during the previous winter quarter and receieved a D. I wrote on my aapplication that i would take this class during the winter quarter.. But, I did get into the same course for the spring quarter and am currently retaking the course. Was wondering how cal poly would look at this situation? would they care if i retake it? or would they cancel my admissions? on the terms and agreement for conditional acceptance , it states

"◦You must complete all CSU and Cal Poly program coursework designated on your application, including those listed as "in progress" or "planned," with a grade of "C" or better (a grade of "C-" does not fulfill admission requirements at Cal Poly) no later than the previous Spring Term for admission for the Fall Term."

which sounds to me that as long as you pass all the classes you wrote down on your application before the spring quarter ends, then its ok? if anyone has insight on this, please let me know.. thanks
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