Can my offer of admission be withdrawn?

<p>Hello folks, I am an international student accepted at UCLA into the major of Computer Science. However, I have a problem with my high school transcript.</p>

<p>My school is an international school with a system similar to an American high school. Thus, we offer AP classes. Our school also has the option for "independent study" of AP classes that are not offered at the school. This means that the student works after school with the teacher on this class, and then takes the AP exam. HOWEVER, this after-school work does not show up on the transcript.</p>

<p>I, stupidly, forgot to check with my counselor on this, assuming it would be on my transcript; thus, I put this class on my application to the UCs. The class I was doing independent study for was AP Music Theory. I asked UCLA New Bruins service, and they said that any class I declared MUST show up on my transcript.</p>

<p>If I report this class as dropped, what are the chances that my offer of admission will be withdrawn? This class is not related to my major (AP Music Theory vs CompSci).</p>

<p>Thank you.</p>

<p>I must add that I am still getting good grades in my other classes; As in Chemistry and AP Calculus and As/Bs in AP Literature. Furthermore, I already have taken one art class and am taking one intrumental music class; I satisfy graduation requirements. I just don't know what to do and quite stressed; dunno if I'll end up giving up.</p>

<p>If I were you I would ask my counselor to write a letter/email to UCLA undergraduate admissions explaining your circumstances, and then drop the class.</p>

<p>I don't think they can rescind your admission though.</p>

<p>Your offer of admission can certainly be withdrawn. I don't think that it would be because of this particular situation, but in other situations (if you got a bunch of D's or F's) UCLA has the right to do so. </p>

<p>Just report the dropped class. As long as dropping this class doesn't make you UC-ineligible, then you're probably fine.</p>

<p>Well if you submit the AP score from that test to them, i'm sure they'll understand that it was an independent studies class.</p>