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Calstate application question.

DatvanDatvan Registered User Posts: 5 New Member
edited October 2004 in College Admissions
Hi guys..... well I've noticed that many of you are interested in academically stellar/ivy league types of Universities.

Well, I have a question if you can help....

I've already submitted my online applications, but just noticed something. I'm an English major, and there aren't really many rigid pre-entrance requirements, however, you should do the English Literature survey courses. And of course, it all depends on the major's department and whether it's impacted or not.... right?

Anyway, I will have completed English 5 and 6, and these 2 represent the basic 1st year of British Lit. sequence. So under the courses planned section, I put that I will be taking English 6 in the summer of '05 and then realized after submission that I probably should have put it for Spring 05, along with the other 3 spring courses planned/submitted.

I don't know if this means much.......? I suppose if I said I plan to take English 6 in the Spring, they'll see a stronger intent?

Not sure here.... it's kinda fuzzy to me. Just when rechecked everything bit for bit, I didn't weigh this until after!

Thanks guys

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