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will UC recalculate my gpa i got after 1 semester? (got a D in spanish)

amigosamigos Registered User Posts: 145 Junior Member
edited October 2010 in Common Application
Ok so during the summer i took a Spanish 1 class, it was extremely difficult because you are forced to learn a years worth of work in 2 weeks. nonetheless i got the credit, but very bad grade...which is a D. My counselor told me to take Spanish 1 again, and now im taking Spanish 1 right now, most likely would get an A or B.

To get a full years credit in my school only takes half the time, Dec-Jan i get the credit and grade for the entire class. so that gives me a chance to raise my gpa before the school year ends. But my question is would the UCs consider my new Spanish 1 grade i got my senior year? Will get the full credit by December btw. (4x4 block schedule---total of 8 class credits per year)

my gpa went down a lot because of the D i got in spanish (3.3-3.4)
but if i get an A for spanish 1 the second time around i could get an (3.7-3.8)
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