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Dismissed from college do I go back to that college? (HELP)
I was dismissed from my university this summer with a GPA of <2. I am currently going to community college back home to get my associates degree. I was wondering if I should even consider going back to the school I was dismissed from? My old school would require me to notify one of the deans that I want to have readmission, the dean would then have to look over my transcript and approve for readmission application. Once that happens I either get accepted or denied. If I go back I will be going back on the terms I left on, which is on academic probation and with a GPA hole that I would have to dig myself out of. There are so many circumstances that I don't have answers to. I question going back because in order to bring my GPA back to somewhat okay (above 3.2) it would take 6 semesters of averaging A-. This then leads me to where if one semester I don't get that or above I may be in even more set back. Please someone give me their opinions on this!5 replies
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