I thought I completed IGETC?

<p>Hello everyone, I have been accepted to UCLA as a History Major as a transfer student from a CC. For my application I have checked yes for the completion of IGETC. However, I believe that my community college has made a mistake on their IGETC form as they put Geography 11: World Cultures on the Physical Sciences requirement. I did not suspect that it was not on assist.org and that it was not a requirement for the physical sciences, as half of the class was actually about locating geographical areas and environmental biomes. While double checking assist.org for the last time I found out that Geography 11 was not on the physical science requirement. Now my question is, do I have to contact UCLA that I did not complete the IGETC by just one class? Would my admission offer be revoked if I let them know? Please help, I am pretty desperate right now.</p>

<p>BTW: I have taken chemistry, earth science, and physics in high school with A grades, would that satisfy the requirements for physical science by any chance?</p>

<p>I would act like nothing happened unless UCLA brought it up since its your CC's fault. I don't see how contacting them now is going to help you any, just wait and see if UCLA brings it up.</p>

<p>Were those AP classes?</p>

<p>Unfortunately none of those classes were ap classes... If UCLA does bring it up(I think they will at orientation, since they will be equating the classes I took at CC to their classes), what would I say? That it's my CC's fault? I am really hoping that they don't require me to take a physical science class at UCLA as my major is completely unrelated to that field.</p>

<p>Talk to your CC counselor ASAP. UCLA may revoke your admissions decision if you do not complete IGETC (if or as required).</p>

<p>Be proactive and best of luck.</p>

<p>Yeah so your main concern should not me having to take a physical science course, as I see, you'd be lucky if that's all that happens. As akunamatatta said (lol that sounds weird saying it haha) they might rescind the offer. That's why I don't think you should bring it to their attention. You should talk your CC counselor and see what she has to say.</p>

<p>Also, you may get more technical answers if you move this thread under the UC sub-section</p>