Messed up on UC application

<p>Hey guys.</p>

<p>For a course I retook I marked the first grade as academic renewal instead of the D that I got on it.</p>

<p>On my transcript it says that is has been retaken and not included in my grade, however it does not say academic renewal.</p>

<p>Is this ok? Did I mess up? What should I do?</p>

<p>Can you get academic renewal for it now? Because although this is small, it is a real difference. If you can’t get AR (at least before June when we submit the transcripts), then just change the grade when you log in for the January update or email/call them now and ask if you can change it.</p>

<p>I’d still try to get the AR if I were you. I’m really paranoid that the UC application won’t correct the GPA with repeat courses. But that’s just my opinion.</p>

<p>^I really don’t think you can change a grade on the app, even in January. </p>

<p>Your best bet would be to call the UC app processing center and let them know.</p>

<p>Same happened here. I got a D in a GE course but retook it during summer and got an A-. However, on my transcript it still show that i got a D in that quarter but with an additional comment saying that this course carries no credit (NC as grade) because i retook it later. I heard that even though i retook the class but everyone can see that D on my transcript. So i just put whatever grade it shows on my transcript and then let the admission guys decided it. I did explain briefly in the additional comment in the application tho.</p>

<p>My uc advisor told me that in uc we have a limit units of repeating classes, for me is 16 quarter units, so as long as we are not running out of the repeating units yet the classes we retake will definitely cover its previous grade and not be count into our gpa. But all people will know and can see all our classes grades (including the previous ones) in our transcript.</p>

<p>Hope this help.</p>

<p>also dont worry about mistakes like that, i retook A LOT of classes, multiple W’s, failing out a semester… and i only put some of my grades, although i would usually put 2 for 1 course in different semesters if that makes any sense, like if i W many semesters the same class i didnt put all of them. I am at the UC now and obviously they didnt care.</p>

<p>^^^seriously? you omitted grades and the UC didn’t revoke your acceptance when they saw the discrepancy between your transcript and your self reported grades?</p>

<p>Lol. Don’t follow kyokoloco’s advice. Report ALL grades EXACTLY as they appear on your transcript.</p>

<p>You do realize that they reserve the right to rescind your degree at any point in the future for what they deem to be academic dishonesty, right? Meaning yeah, it kinda does matter.</p>