UC grade change clarification

<p>if you wish ot change your grades on the UC application because you accidently left out a class, how are you suppose to write your letter. On the website, they say that they require a handwritten letter to each school admission center, so does that mean a typed up letter "physically" mailed to them, or an acutual hand written letter by pencil and paper. Please help!</p>

<p>handwritten usually means "get out that pen and write." if you're that worried, though, just write it by hand, than type it up, and send both to the colleges.</p>

<p>I think you are screwed man. You should have done this ages ago. And I don't think you can get in anymore, if you don't do this soon. Out of curiosity, what UCs did you apply to?</p>

<p>i'm applying to UCSD, UCD, UCSB, and UC Irvine</p>

<p>I just recently found out that I had accidently left out my phsycology class on my UC app. When the class is added in, my GPA changes by .01. I know its very late and i hope to send it as soon as possible</p>

<p>You need to notify them "in writing" and "by mail." That just means a hard-copy letter sent through the US mail, not a fax, phone call, email, FedEx or smoke signal. I'm sure they would prefer typed unless your handwriting is excellent, and don't forget to include your student ID number. I'm sure it's not too late, don't stress, just get the letters off asap.</p>

<p>actually, fedex or other courier service is fine, and it gives you a tracking number.</p>

<p>UC's online application notification email specifically states "by mail" as in: </p>

If you need to make changes to the information you provided in the Academic History section of the application, or if you change schools after you submit your application, notify by mail the admissions office at each campus to which you applied.


<p>Since it says "by mail" I'd do what it says and send by mail. I'm sure they'd accept FedEx, but that's not what the University asked for. If you want to track US mail, you can send it certified return receipt. That's much cheaper than FedEx and it's still following instructions.</p>