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CSU A-G Requirements

vldaqzvldaqz 0 replies1 threads New Member
Hi so I’m a junior in high school and I have one D+ in algebra 2 this past semester. All my other grades are A’s and B’s. I was wondering since I can’t take summer school, could I still get accepted into a CSU in California?
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  • GumbymomGumbymom Forum Champion UC 31186 replies501 threads Forum Champion
    edited June 2019
    You need 3 years a Math for the Cal states which includes Algebra I, Geometry and Algebra II. Getting a D+ 2nd semester in Algebra II does not meet this minimum requirement. You have 2 options to meet the CSU a-g course requirements:

    1) retake 2nd semester Algebra II either during the summer or Senior year or
    2) take a higher level of Math such as Pre-Calc and the pass this class with a C- or higher which will validate your Algebra II D+ grade.

    If you do not retake the class/semester of Algebra II, then your D+ grade will also be calculated into your CSU GPA which will also impact your chances at several of the Cal States.

    Page 20 on the link below shows the Math Validation table; http://admission.universityofcalifornia.edu/counselors/files/quick-reference-2018.pdf
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