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Will my offer be revoked?

franc3franc3 Registered User Posts: 2 New Member
So I was admitted to the McGill faculty of arts and my acceptance letter said that "my offer of admission will remain valid provided that you maintain your current level of academic achievement and obtain your high school diploma." However, this semester I am doing really bad in my math class. My grade dropped from a B- to a D+. Math isn't a prerequisite for the Arts program and I am not required to take math at McGill. Should I be worried that they will revoke my offer? Does McGill ofter rescind on offers of admission?

Replies to: Will my offer be revoked?

  • upapilotupapilot Registered User Posts: 178 Junior Member
    So long as you pass all of your courses and programs, it is very rare for an offer of admission to be rescinded.
    That being said D+ is quite low. Is this drop only in Math or in other subjects too? If the drop is just in one course, then you probably don't have anything to worry about...
  • franc3franc3 Registered User Posts: 2 New Member
    edited April 2014
    Thanks for the response, upapilot. The drop is only in Math. I doing well in all of my other classes.
  • mperezrimperezri Registered User Posts: 17 New Member
    that is a pretty severe drop though.. i'd try my hardest to at least past the course. I think for mcgill you need to maintain a 75% average or you may be in trouble
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