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Spring 2014 Transfer; UT Austin!

MarioYoBroMarioYoBro 1 replies3 threads New Member
edited February 2013 in College Admissions
Hi! I have a quick question. I am applying for transfer to UT Austin for fall of 2013 but I realize that I may not be accepted, and if I am not accepted then I will again apply for the spring semester of 2014. I will not state my GPA and information because it is not relevant to my question. Basically, my question is that if I apply to UT Austin (when the time comes) for the spring of 2014, will they consider my fall 2013 grades (which is this upcoming semester starting in August) when deciding to admit me or not? I will have 36 hours without the fall 2013 credit, and 51 with it. The minimum needed for their consideration is only 30 hours but if they only consider my first 36 hours when I apply a second time, then they will be looking at the exact same transcripts as when I applied a semester earlier....

Any help or insight is incredibly needed, as well as appreciated. I have been wondering this for a while and no one seems to be able to answer me. Thanks!
edited February 2013
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