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Um, I may be screwed

muerteapablomuerteapablo - Posts: 1,412 Senior Member
edited May 2008 in Columbia University
I need to update the transfer committee with my spring semester grades for a decision that should come out between June 16 and July 1, but my grades won't be available on my transcript until June 9th. So, what do you people think?

On an unrelated note, is Columbia absurdly hard?
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Replies to: Um, I may be screwed

  • JazzieJazzie Registered User Posts: 10 New Member
    Uhh, I think "hard" is relative. Most of the people I know that went to Columbia thought it was equal to/easier than high school, but then again, they went to pretty rigorous private schools.

    But regardless of where you went to high school, if you're smart and organized, I bet you'll adapt.
  • DenzeraDenzera Registered User Posts: 3,371 Senior Member
    Life is hard. If you don't relish a challenge, no top school is a good idea for you.
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