Revocation-->Yes/No.

<p>If, unfortunately, students will be revocated this year, around when will the letters be distributed? July is almost over, and notification of a revocation in August is a bit harsh and late. Don't you think?</p>

<p>Well, they do get all the transcripts in mid to late July depending on the high school, and then they have to process them.</p>

<p>I'm sure UW would revoke earlier and admit a waitlisted student if possible, but that's just what I think.</p>

<p>That's what I was wondering too. I thought I'd be safe but I heard from another college board August is when they wrap up evaluating everything.</p>

<p>Then if the final transcript has been uploaded on myUW, can I sort take that as confirmation/reasurrance for no revocation?</p>

<p>What do you mean by final?</p>

<p>@pumpkins you should be fine then. anonymous (see other thread) already got a notification about probation, so if they have filed your transcript and haven't told you anything I think youre fine :)</p>

<p>kk. yipee!</p>

<p>your fine bro I was rescinded from UW and got my letter july 16th, I am in the process of appealing it</p>

<p>What kind of thing gets you rescinded/revoked</p>

<p>@tristinf:
This is for colleges in general: Senioritis</a> can scuttle that college-admission offer | ScrippsNews</p>

<p>The rule of thumb is:
Don't lie on your application (Including preliminary transcripts that are self reported, ECs, essay topics)
Don't change your classes for second sem after you apply so you have a lighter load. If you do, let the admissions office know ASAP
Failing classes or dropping from all A/Bs to C/Ds</p>