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Hello... I have been admitted to UCSD as a Freshman for Fall 2010 and can anyone tell me if I'm doing my calculations right...?
I attend a high school that doesn't have AP classes and instead, we take college classes at a local community college and if done right, we get our AA/IGETC and AS degree by the time we graduate high school, according to our counselors. I'd be getting both by graduation.
And now, according to UCSD's transfer website, all transferable semester units need to be multiplied by 1.5 to get the total quarter units. Right now, I have 47 UC transferable units in my CCC transcript and I have 6 more units in process. I plan to take a PHP First Aid and CPR class during the summer and that is 3 units but I don't know if that's transferable.
So anyways... with my 47 units and 6 units = 53 units and times that by 1.5 is equals 79.5. So does that mean I'd have 79.5 units in my first year? and is that close to Junior standing?