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Would UCSC take back my admission?

Lilazngurl010Lilazngurl010 1 replies1 threads New Member
I am already admitted for the fall 2010 class at UCSC, but for this final semister I ended up getting one D in my classes which is AP Calculus. It was a C last semister and all the rest of my grades have been the same. Would UCSC take back my admission because of that one D?
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  • robdavidsonrobdavidson 3 replies0 threads New Member
    Not likely, the AP is what will matter most. They would be alerted if say you failed all your last quarter classes. It could be construed as a lack of commitment but one "D" is more a case of senioritis. You're good.
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  • byuboundbyubound 1316 replies11 threads Senior Member
    I wouldn't worry about an entire admissions decision changing over one class, especially AP Calculus. That was also the one class I didn't do well in last semester.
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