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parth8parth8 Registered User Posts: 11 New Member
For my first year of community college I was working on an aerospace engineering transfer. I got only As and Bs on my report card for the whole year, including the two summer classes I took. Then half way through my first semester of my second year I changed my major from aerospace engineering (liberal arts: math and science) to business administration. I dropped the physics and chemistry classes I didn’t need anymore since I already completed my physical science and physical science with lab requirements (obviously you wouldn’t need either for a business major). I had calculus too which was a requirement, however, I dropped the class due to low grades and no light for even a B. All I had left was history which was a ge and I got a B in that class. My second semester i retook calc 1, I took accounting, and English. I have a C in all three classes. This is by far my worst semester yet. I’m probably and hopefully getting a B in English when the semester ends, however, I believe I’m gonna end up with a C in calc 1 and accounting leaving me with one B and a two Cs. These are my first Cs on my community college career. Will UCs overlook me? I know how competitive business is and I’m worried I won’t get accepted to a UC for getting two Cs in a semester. What do you guys think? Thanks for reading and for the help, much appreciated!

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