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Okay, I'm not sure if this is even possible. I'm a senior getting ready to apply to college. Unfortunately I have a little smudge on my transcript. I got a D+ in my Methods math class junior year (pre-cal), which resulted in my parents making me switch schools from an IB to an AP school. Since the IB course isn't offered at my new school, I can't retake the course, but I've heard that the UCs and other schools I'm applying to don't accept D's (WHICH MEANS I NEED TO CHANGE THE GRADE).
Is it possible for a teacher to change a grade long after the class was taken (Fall Semester 2008)? I self taught myself the material from that semester to prepare for Calculus class and Math II SAT if I can't change the grade my hard highschool work will pretty much go to waste. Perhaps I can write a sincere email to teacher? Call him? Suggestions are needed, please help and thank you.