couple of Chem E questions

<p>I am a senior in chemical engineering. I have 35 credits at my big university (U of Wa), and those are with a cummulative GPA of 3.56. I also have 126 credits at a local community college with a GPA of 3.88.</p>

<p>My question is, how do I write those GPA's on my transcript? Do you lump them all together and present 1 GPA, or do I present them in terms of the colleges?</p>

<p>Second, I am really struggling in a class this quarter and I am curious how bad a single class with a roughly 2.0 GPA would look on a transcript? I don't think I have a chance of failing, i'm putting too much time in, but I am not doing well. The department failing is a 0.7 anyways. Simply put, the class is not paying dividends. I have tried everything to do better but each exam is tricky. I have no plans of attending grad school or med school, so it's just for the job market as an undergrad that I am worried about. </p>

<p>Lastly, what is a solid chemical engineering GPA?</p>

<p>Thanks for the helpfuly suggestions/comments!</p>

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My question is, how do I write those GPA's on my transcript? Do you lump them all together and present 1 GPA, or do I present them in terms of the colleges?

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<p>You absolutely do not "lump them all together". That's academic dishonesty and any company or grad school that caught you doing that would immediately black list you.</p>

<p>You list the schools separately with the GPA from just that school.</p>

<p>Thanks for the response. Answers to the other questions anyone?</p>