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Second Semester Grades @ Private Schools

ricta856ricta856 Registered User Posts: 11 New Member
So, I have committed to Saint Anselm College after a lot of thinking and comparing between Drew, Holy Cross, and Fairfield. However, I am beginning to feel September's stress all over again.

My question is, do private liberal arts colleges see Senior year final grades? I know they see semester grades, but I remember reading somewhere that some schools (IE, Dickinson) do not require final senior year grades. YES, i know the UC system and almost EVERY state school requires senior year final grades.

So, does Saint Anselm require final senior year grades? I am reluctant to contact the St. A's admissions staff because I do not want to raise a red flag on my file.

And if you must know, Calculus is getting very, very challenging for me to comprehend.

Thanks for all your responses!

P.S., I do have senioritis, but I'm not intentionally giving up. I am still trying.
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