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TAG Question: Planned/In Progress

dollarsdollars Registered User Posts: 3 New Member
edited August 2012 in UC Transfers
Hi there, I'm currently filling out the TAG, and I'm sort of unsure for what to enter in as courses. I filled in my completed courses and courses I have planned for Fall 2012. I'm wondering if I should add classes I plan to take for Winter and Spring 2013.
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Replies to: TAG Question: Planned/In Progress

  • LAforlifeLAforlife Registered User Posts: 1,102 Senior Member
    You should. They won't penalize you if you don't take your planned courses as long as you still meet the requirements. Try to map out what classes you're going to take in the coming terms as best as you can.
  • fredfrepfredfrep Registered User Posts: 129 Junior Member
    yeah like LAforlife said, you can put any classes your thinking of taking or want to take for Winter and Spring, the reason is that it does not matter anyhow because once your Fall Semester is over, you will have to do a UC grade report (due January 31st or end of January) which asks you to update what grades you have received for your Fall classes (Official Final Grade) and it is the time to put classes that you'll definitely take for winter and spring (if you decide to take some other courses or change for some reason after you submitted the UC update form, then you will have to notify each individual schools you applied to about this change, not through UC update form anymore once you submit your first one before January 31st, its that information they'll look at unless you notify them of changes including grades)
  • larinagalarinaga Registered User Posts: 556 Member
    UCSB rep told me you have to input your planned courses for Spring 2013. It's okay if you change your mind later on about which courses to take during the Spring. You'll update the information in January on the UC app.
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