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Admission problem..

DanielHYooDanielHYoo Registered User Posts: 7 New Member
I have taken winter intersession classes at my community college, and
There is no option for me to input my winter 2015 grades on the uc application!!

WHAT DO I DO PEOPLE

it goes fall 2014, then right to spring 2015. NO WINTER

Replies to: Admission problem..

  • KMizzleKMizzle Registered User Posts: 100 Junior Member
    Put them with one of the given semesters, and chill out.
  • DanielHYooDanielHYoo Registered User Posts: 7 New Member
    somebody else told me to put it in the additional comments

    idk why im freaking out im gana c r y
  • N's MomN's Mom Registered User Posts: 2,212 Senior Member
    Because you are getting slightly hysterical. If this kind of thing is going to cause you to panic, how are you going to survive in college? Get some perspective here.

    Put them wherever you want. They will see it and decide how to use the information. Sheesh!
  • austinmshauriaustinmshauri Registered User Posts: 7,861 Senior Member
    The UC website says, "If you applied for fall quarter/semester 2015, you must provide us with a list of courses completed in fall 2014 and associated grades, as well as your planned coursework through summer 2015."

    However, it doesn't specify where to put them, so I don't suppose it matters as long as you record them someplace. If your grades came out in 2015, I think I'd put them in the spring section.
  • husky1212husky1212 Registered User Posts: 74 Junior Member
    You can put them in one of the semesters then mention the "winter intersession" part under additional comments...?
  • austinmshauriaustinmshauri Registered User Posts: 7,861 Senior Member
    Good idea, @husky1212.
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