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Can colleges revoke an acceptance?

NuclearFurnaceNuclearFurnace Registered User Posts: 13 New Member
Right now I'm reasonably sure I won't do well in Pre-calculus. I might make a C. :( If I make a C or worse in Pre-calculus would a college such as UGA who will likely accept me in April revoke my acceptance if my math grade falls? I have always made B's in math.

Replies to: Can colleges revoke an acceptance?

  • mikemacmikemac Registered User Posts: 9,978 Senior Member
    edited January 2014
    Most schools tell you they can revoke your admission if you get a grade below a C. Many also reserve that right if your grades fall substantially. "can" does not mean "will". We can speculate all we want, but the people that know the answer work in admissions at UGA. The mature thing to do is face up to problems, which means you should call or email them. And if it turns out it will matter there are options for working it out such as taking a summer class that will evaporate if you wait until the summer when they see your transcripts.
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