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After you transfer, your GPA resets?

MonorojoMonorojo Registered User Posts: 99 Junior Member
edited November 2010 in UC Transfers
I heard that after i transfer from this CC (Grossmont) to UCSD, that my GPA from the point i enter UCSD will be 0.0 and whatever I have before hand (whether it be 4.0 or 3.1) will not even matter?

Is this true? It is important to me due to the fact I am going to try to get into med school, and I need to know if I should drop this class i might get a C in at my current Community college (I didnt go to class, I was having personal issues) as I dont want it to mess up my chances down the road and my long term GPA?
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