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Hey everyone! This is my first post on College Confidential! As you can see from the title of this post, I joined specifically due to this burning question. Basically, I'm in an interesting predicament.
I'm a Computer Science Engineering Major and I'm taking Calculus this semester. Originally I scored into intermediate Algebra going into my CC and was very disappointed since I had taken PreCalc prior in High school. So I waited a semester to retake the exam and scored into PreCalc (again), a shot close enough to Calculus that I was happy. I got an A in PreCalc and am now in Calculus. I'm applying this semester to many different engineering schools, the top being UCLA.
Currently, there is a highly unlikely chance that I get a B or C in Calculus this semester. So I have the choice of either withdrawing from the course or trying my chances at a B or C, thus taking a big hit to my GPA since I have a 4.0. I've taken several computer science classes and have done well, it's just math that has always gotten to me. I'm not entirely sure what to do since I don't know how UCLA and other schools will look at me withdrawing or failing my first math course for my major.
Anyways, that's my life's story! Any input would be greatly appreciated!