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Please help me!

DroydDroyd - Posts: 121 Junior Member
edited March 2009 in College Admissions
I think im gonna get a c in chemistry because i didnt turn a big lab in


****, help me! Im becoming insane!

Replies to: Please help me!

  • AccessAcademicsAccessAcademics - Posts: 90 Junior Member
    I wish I could, but I doubt there's anything I can do...

    I assume you've talked to the teacher humbly and in a manner suggesting your willingness to take responsibility for the lab "oversight?"
  • stephennnstephennn Registered User Posts: 2,103 Senior Member
    if you're a senior, who cares.
    if not, yikes.
  • DroydDroyd - Posts: 121 Junior Member
    Hes really strict

    The only thing that could calm me down is telling me my options to the top 20 colleges :-(

    This may be the only C i get in all of highschool

    "• A late assignment will not be accepted if turned in without a late homework pass or a documented excuse. This means it will count as a zero."
  • Secret Asian ManSecret Asian Man Registered User Posts: 2,497 Senior Member
    I'm sorry :(
  • AccessAcademicsAccessAcademics - Posts: 90 Junior Member
    It's certainly possible to get into a top school with a C. Is it a quarter/grading period grade or a semester grade? If it's not a semester grade, then don't sweat it at all.

    I'll also add that the notion of "top 20" is pretty illusory and meaningless. No one really cares about a school being in the top 20 except high school college applicants (and their parents). Plus, the top 20 change pretty much every year anyway.
  • DroydDroyd - Posts: 121 Junior Member
    I think it may affect my semester grade, but if I get straight A's on the rest of the assignments ill get a B

    HIGHLY UNLIKELY :((((((((((((((((((((
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