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accepted to College of Arts and Science without language?

NewbyrebornNewbyreborn Posts: 2,026Registered User Senior Member
edited March 2005 in Cornell University
has anyone been accepted to CAS without 3 credits in 1 foreign language?
i am not asking people who got accepted because they are athelete
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Replies to: accepted to College of Arts and Science without language?

  • arp6487arp6487 Posts: 442Registered User Member
    i had 5 years of french, je pense que m'aide beaucoup
  • sparticus800sparticus800 Posts: 4,092Registered User Senior Member
    It's unlikely. You were supposed to write a letter explaining any deficiencies. I would hope you did that. They told me they prefer 4 years when I asked if they were ok with me dropping spanish senior year. You should probably be damn good at something else if you dont have any languages.
  • geary86geary86 Posts: 63Registered User Junior Member
    I got into ILR without a language... well.. actually.. I'm an international student.. so i guess I don't need one.. (English is my second language and ILR doesn't seem to care)
  • sparticus800sparticus800 Posts: 4,092Registered User Senior Member
    yeah thats kind of different. English is sort of your "language" in terms of the one you learned without osmosis.
  • sabnetworksabnetwork Posts: 269Registered User Junior Member
    I only have two years of Spanish. I wrote a letter.
  • quynh2007quynh2007 Posts: 602Registered User Member
    i had 2 years of spanish and 2.5 years of french (technically 3 because that .5 was an independent study where I only went to class every other day--long story) but i took the regents in both languages (usually ppl take that after 3 years) and got a really good score on both. but, i had to explain why i didn't take 3 full years in ONE foreign language. but graduating a year early also helped my case. i think if you are from NY, you should take the regents to show you are at least proficient for up to 3 years worth, and if not, i wonder if your state as something similar...good luck
  • NewbyrebornNewbyreborn Posts: 2,026Registered User Senior Member
    i am an immigrant, speaks 2 languages including english :(,
    not very linguistic
  • readytoleavehsreadytoleavehs Posts: 171Registered User Junior Member
    i have two years of spanish and three years of japanese..my friend said that it will look bad that i didn't continue the spanish for another year
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