Would UCLA Rescind Me?

<p>So.. I got into UCLA for Computer Science and Engineering. And im from cal poly pomona, not from cc. I had overall gpa of 3.47 when i applied and got admitted. I updated my winter quarter which i got 4.0 and my overall gpa went up to 3.57. So my question is... would ucla rescind me if i get C on one of the courses im taking in spring quarter? im taking physics 3, multivariable calc 2, english 2, and electric circuit(major course).<br>
I might get C+ on multivariable clac 2 but rest of them are in range of As and Bs.
Im freaking out right now even though i'm not sure if i should transfer or not.
would i get rescind? or should i even consider transfering from cpp to ucla? </p>

<p>Here is my provisional contract that ucla gave me...</p>


<p>■ Maintain Academic Performance<br>
Maintain the grade point average and complete the courses and number of units you reported in your application and in any subsequent course updates. You must be in good standing at your last institution of attendance. Also, if you attended another UC campus in regular session prior to enrollment at UCLA, you must have been in good standing when you left that UC campus. Notify our office immediately of any withdrawals, incomplete grades, drop in academic performance [including any D and F grades], or other changes to your class schedule. [See Contacting UCLA section.]<br>
■ Complete Coursework Requirements<br>
Complete the following course pattern with C grades or better: two [2] transferable courses in English composition; one [1] transferable course in mathematical concepts and quantitative reasoning; four [4] transferable courses in at least two of the following subject areas: arts and humanities, social and behavioral sciences, physical and biological sciences by June 2010.</p>

<p>what is ur expected GPA for this semester, you should tell us that too..</p>

<p>i applied with bio with a 3.8. I got a C+ last quarter in physics 4b and they didnt care.</p>

<p>ill probably get around 3.2~3.5</p>

<p>i think you will be fine</p>

<p>yes, u will be fine...... did you SIR to UCLA yet?</p>

<p>Their only major concern is when you get 2 or more C's.</p>

<p>yeah.. i did turn in my SIR..
so 1 C will be fine?</p>