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Will I get rescinded?

jonhaddadjonhaddad 1 replies1 threads New Member
I got admitted to SDSU SLHS major with a 3.72. This semester I have not been doing well due to family circumstances, and I might get 2 B's in elective classes (3 units each), a B in Algebra (4 units), and 1 C in Chemistry (5 units). I tried calling office of admissions, but I am told that if my gpa changes at all I am at risk of being rescinded. What do you guys think? I am really nervous about this, and it sucks because I had no control over certain events that happened that caused my grades to suffer. Thanks a lot anyway.
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  • GumbymomGumbymom Forum Champion UC 31204 replies504 threads Forum Champion
    You need to pass all Senior year courses not just the a-g courses with a C or higher. You are fine but as always each school has the ability to set their standards for their provisonal admission.

    This is from the SDSU website:
    Keep Your Grades Up!
    Admission is based on self-reported information from your Cal State Apply and supplemental applications. Once you are provisionally admitted, we will verify this information against your official transcript(s). Please make sure to report accurate information.
    Your admission may be rescinded for reasons such as the following:
    Your GPA or course grades are lower than what you reported on the application
    You miss any admission deadlines
    You earn D or F grades
    You misreported or did not complete a required course
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