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Rescission worries!

rufio1101rufio1101 Registered User Posts: 1 New Member

I got accepted and admitted into Chapman University.
My SAT score was 2300, my grades were A's and B's first semester and I take all AP classes.
But I got a job second semester, and senioritis also settled in. I failed to juggle all these together as the job took a major toll in my school performance and I will be ending up with a D in AP Biology, a C in AP Calc AB, and B's in AP Lit, AP French, AP Gov, and a A in Internship Program.

How likely am I to get rescinded? I am scared out of my wits that I will get rescinded. Is there anything I can do to try and prevent the rescission and up my chances of remaining a future panther? Thank you very much for your responses!
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Replies to: Rescission worries!

  • deontologydeontology Registered User Posts: 56 Junior Member
    You're better off e-mailing their undergraduate admissions office. They can give you an infinitely better response any of us ever could.

    Truthfully speaking, those grades actually could get you rescinded though, given your previous history of only getting A's and B's. Your best course of action is again, to e-mail Chapman's undergraduate admissions office and then proceed from there.
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