Is this OK? Regarding Sr Grades

<p>my cumalitive through jr yr was a 3.52</p>

<p>1st semester sr yr gpa = 3.4 (5 Ap classes)</p>

<p>2nd semester projected = 3.0 (" ")</p>

<p>Will this be ok for U of Washington?</p>

<p>I know people last yr who had far worse and did not receive a letter warning them or rescinding them etc, but i would like to know that i will be ok i guess bc people have been scaring me on here.</p>

<p>thanks a lot</p>


<p>good to hear. thanks.</p>

<p>Yep, you should be fine.</p>

<p>You're only in trouble once you start dipping into D's and F's.</p>

<p>as in below a 2.0?</p>

<p>bc in my 3.0 there may be a D, of course i will try to maintain the C, but the people i know from last year at UW and a friend of mine who emailed a counselor said that just do not fail a class or drop a class and of course get good grades still.</p>

<p>i had no Ds 1st semester. Just 4 As, 2 Bs, 1 C</p>

<p>this semester it could be a 3.14... 4 As, 1 B, 1 C, 1 D</p>

<p>Get the D up to a C and you should be fine.</p>

<p>Not to steal the thread or anything....just out of curiosity, what is a "D" equivalent to on a 100 point scale? I'm from an area where we only have number grades so this is kinda confusing for me.</p>


<p>so i just talked to a friend who is at UW and he had a 3.4 1st semester and a 3.0 second with a D. and another guy he knows who had 2 Fs and a 2.9 2nd semester. They both received no warning letter or nothing. I guess it really just depends. I will for sure try and get the D up though.</p>

<p>i was thinking i just find it hard to believe that UW would rescind someone for getting 1 D second semester sr yr after getting a 3.4 first semester and a 3.0+ second still. Again not trying to say I am going to settle for a D, i just don't want to worry ah sorry thats all.</p>

<p>Do you really want to risk it? Lol. </p>

<p>I don't think they would either, but let's not risk it, shall we?</p>

<p>agreed my friend.</p>

<p>my friend got an F in calc and he got warning calls from bentley telling him to raise it up or face rescission. shafted!</p>

<p>i'm kind of worried though, because i have an F in calc too...</p>

<p>but nah OP you'll be fine</p>

<p>thanks for the heads up. ya no way will i be getting an F in any subject!</p>