What grade do I need to maintain for winter and spring quarter?

<p>I know that winter and spring grade are not going to affect my chance for admission.</p>

<p>But do UC (mainly berkeley and UCLA) require us to keep a certain level?</p>

<p>I have a pretty good chance to get admitted but I am kinda worry about this quarter classes.</p>

<p>As long as I pass all my classes, would it be ok??</p>

<p>Thanks for answering.</p>

<p>@kan9160 they say it's fine to earn a C average for the final spring semester before transfer, but it is highly recommended and understood by most to earn at least a B average. It would definitely raise a red flag on us prospective UC transfers with 3.0+ GPAs to suddenly earn a 2.0 out of nowhere if you think about it. I myself will still aim for a 4.0, because that's just how I roll. :P</p>

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<p>When you get accepted they will provide you with a bunch of conditions, one of which will usually be a gpa you need to maintain for the spring semester/quarter.</p>

<p>Usually, they just don't want you to fail anything....although, there's some nightmarish stories out there.....</p>

<p><a href="http://talk.collegeconfidential.com/uc-transfers/704501-tragic-ucla-provisional-contract-t-t.html%5B/url%5D"&gt;http://talk.collegeconfidential.com/uc-transfers/704501-tragic-ucla-provisional-contract-t-t.html&lt;/a&gt;&lt;/p>

<p>^omg. If I ever get accepted, I hope I don't get his contract, I'm a 4.0 Econ too. X.X</p>

<p>I really wonder about this too, especially for those of us on the quarter system, who will have winter quarter grades around the end of the first week of April...</p>

<p>Different people have different requirement which will statement in the acceptance letter??</p>

<p>Yes, the conditions of acceptance can be highly personalized.</p>

<p>Man that guy's contract is dumb. He already had a 4.0, why would he be pushed so hard to get straight As his last semester?</p>