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Revoking Admission?

nguyen0824nguyen0824 Registered User Posts: 70 Junior Member
This is like the worst situation to be in right now, I just found out I failed Calculus I had a high D, but failed the exam so I have an F for AP Calculus AB. What are the chances of getting my admission revoked?
1'st semester:
Honors. English: B
Honors Sociology: B
AP Biology: C
AP Calculus F

2'nd semester: (predicting grades)
PE: A
Intro to Psych 200: A
Ch 201: A
CH 202: A
The last three are actual classes at NC State. I have 11 credit hours at NCSU so far and maintained a 4.0 gpa. I'm so scared that I will get revoked. If I do get revoked when do I find out?
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Replies to: Revoking Admission?

  • Pride_SurferPride_Surfer Registered User Posts: 167 Junior Member
    bro, i've heard of a lot of people in this similar situation but i really think that you'll only get a warning letter at the most... you really gotta get that grade up but i don't think one grade is enough for them to revoke admissions since your other grades are fine...

    i don't think you have a shot as a deferred applicant at carolina though... but i wouldn't worry too much about state... just get the grade up!
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