Does anybody know what standards Case uses to determine if they will rescind admissions? I'm having issues with a couple of ridiculous teachers in AP classes (English, Calculus, etc). Case accepted me with two or three Cs at the semester-I've since raised all but one to a B or better-but it looks as though it'll be a close call in AP English (I might get a C+ or, maybe, if I'm lucky, a B-). I looked through the "Admit One" packet, and the statement just says that you must "successfully complete" your senior classes. Presumably, this would mean that if you graduated, you're safe, which would leave me with a comfortable grade buffer against recission. Since then I've heard that tolerance towards less-than-stellar senior grades varies wildly between colleges. It seems as though Case isn't one of the stricter schools in this regard, however; it never comes up in those discussions of "harsh schools".
Does anybody have any info/war stories/suggestions/knowledge?