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Community College Transfer

topchoiceschooltopchoiceschool 205 replies8 threads Junior Member
So, I'm currently a Community College transfer looking to transfer to schools in California.

I took a college class in high school for no reason and received a really bad grade. I decided to head into community college after high school. Thus far, I have a 4.0, but the poor grade I received in a course I took in the same community college lowered my GPA to a 3.9.

Are colleges really going to hold that bad grade against me, especially since I took that particular college course in high school with no intention of using it to transfer. It was a course that is not related to my major whatsoever.

I'm worried because I really want to get into Berkley's Haas School of Business and that school is really competitive to get into. I only know of transfer students with 4.0's getting into that program.

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