Sending Community College Transcript

<p>My school does not offer Calculus and only has one AP class (which is Bio). I had to choose between AP Bio and Honors Physics for Senior year. I chose the AP course. But knowing I needed Physics, I took it at a community college. My school also arranged it for me to take a Calculus I course at another university a few blocks from my high school. On Friday, my counselor informed me of my college course grades. I got a B in Physics and a C+ in Calculus. Yet I am a straight A student with fairly high SAT and SAT II scores (all above 750).</p>

<p>I'm wondering if it will hurt for me to send these college transcripts to the schools I'm applying to. I want to do chem engineering and I was looking at Columbia, Upenn, Princeton, and MIT. My counselor mentioned I took physics and calculus courses in her letter outside of high school. I was thinking of just sending the transcript with just Physics and mention Calculus as an enrichment course.</p>

<p>I don't know what to do.</p>

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I don't know what to do.

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<p>Easy, follow directions, from the CA under Colleges & Universities:</p>

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Were you issued a transcript for any work listed above?  Yes  No If yes, please have an official transcript sent as soon as possible.

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<p>I didn't them on the common app because there was only room for three. Instead I listed 3 other programs where I had already received college credits the year before. (I did mention taking Physics and Calc on my resume for the additional info part).</p>

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I didn't them on the common app because there was only room for three.

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<p>The fact that there weren't enough lines is no reason not to state your complete record (in the Additional Info section) and send all required transcripts.</p>

<p>p.s.</p>

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I was thinking of just sending the transcript with just Physics and mention Calculus as an enrichment course.

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<p>You could do that, but it wouldn't be the truth.</p>