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The "in progress" classes on your application...

Jess1234Jess1234 Registered User Posts: 1 New Member
Hey all,

I'm a transfer student and I've been conditionally admitted to Cal Poly for fall term. On my application I put that I was going to take a bio class this spring to cover that general ed area. However, being a psych major, I decided to take the physiological psychology course instead. This course also covers that specific general ed area, so I should probably be fine with that....right?

I also put down that I was going to take a humanities course, but I'm taking a business calculus course instead...the reason being is that it was needed for another college I applied for. The humanities course was just something extra that I was going to take for fun. Upon completion of this semester I will have all my general education completed and have 63 units, which fulfills the transfer requirements.

Is there a chance that my application may go into review, or possibly be denied because I did not complete the specific courses I put down on my application? Or will I be safe?

Thanks for any help!

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