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Reapplying to UCSD

kynethuxkynethux Registered User Posts: 6 New Member
edited November 2008 in College Admissions
OK. It seems that I *can* successfully reapply to UCSD in my old major (a reference to an earlier thread I wrote), but to reapply I need to send a transcript on any school I attended while away from UCSD. During the summer after I attended that university, I took some courses at a local community college to get credits to so that I would not have to take equivalent courses at UCSD. Do I still need to get that community college transcript and send that in with my readmission form? It could take up to a week, even if I manage to find the information necessary to get into my student account (or at least the student account number).
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Replies to: Reapplying to UCSD

  • entomomentomom Registered User Posts: 23,662 Senior Member
    You are supposed to send transcripts from ALL colleges that you've attended. Also, if you took the classes so that you won't have to take equivalent courses at UCSD, wouldn't UCSD need to see the CC transcript to give you credit for the courses?
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