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Should I withdraw from Physics 2 and take it next semester?

CCSTUDENT2000CCSTUDENT2000 1 replies1 threads New Member
edited October 10 in Transfer Students
Okay, I am currently taking 4 classes (2019 Fall Semester) and I plan to take the 2020 Spring Semester off and transfer to a 4 year college on the 2020 Fall Semester.

I currently attend Dalton State College and after these 4 classes, I will be done with my Associates in Computer Science. I just got back my second physics 2 tests and I bombed it with a 60, leaving my class average at exactly 70 for physics. This is the only time I have had a class average below a 90 (I have currently completed 51 credit hours).

Should I just withdraw from physics 2 right now and retake it next semester (which I was planning to take off to work full time)? If I did, I am very confident that I will be able to get an A in the class (only reason I did awful on my first and second physics 2 exams were because of faulty calculations. I plugged the numbers incorrectly into my calculator for part A of the question, and the other remaining parts all relied on the answer from part A).

So I guess I could summarize my question into this, which would be better for a transfer student seeking to get into GA Tech.

1) I finish this semester off and get a B in Physics 2, leaving my GPA with just one B and the remaining grades all A's with 64 credit hours completed

2) I drop Physics 2 this semester and take it 2019 Spring Semester, leaving my GPA at a 4.0 with 64 credit hours completed
edited October 10
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