<p>Hey everyone, first post</p>
<pre><code> I am currently a community college student and am looking to transfer to Cornell CALS. The admissions people there have been very helpful and very encouraging, but I suppose thats what they are paid for.
I have a 3.0 at community and I work 40 plus hours a week. I read somewhere else on the forum that they understand that community students work primarily. I will probably have all my pre-reqs done for the spring semester. Beyond that I primarily spend my time writing. What I was wondering was this: do I stand a chance in hell to get accepted? What are the odds of being accepted for spring semester? Is it harder or easier or about the same?
<p>Thank you so much for any help you can give!</p>