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Transfering Student San Francisco State received on bad letter grade.

vincent218vincent218 Registered User Posts: 4 New Member
edited January 2014 in California Colleges
I just been admitted into San Francisco State and completed all my CSU General Education requirements. But the problem is I just found out I received a "D" in Mathemastics which requires a grade of "C" or better. What are my chances of revoking me or is there any way I can change my grade/do the course over at San Francisco State.
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Replies to: Transfering Student San Francisco State received on bad letter grade.

  • Johnt1Johnt1 Registered User Posts: 27 New Member
    Sorry to say but I've spoken to all of my counselors a numerous amount of times and since Mathematics is one of the 'Golden Four' that you need a C or higher in, you'll 100% be revoked from San Francisco State. Maybe there is a possibility you can make it up, you'd have to call and ask.
  • happymina21happymina21 Registered User Posts: 8 New Member
    Are you local or non local? What is your major?
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