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UCquestionss887UCquestionss887 0 replies3 threads New Member
Is it okay if I have transcripts from different schools? I have done my major courses at a different school, my math in a different school and my electives in a different college. Is that going to look bad when applying for uc?
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  • ucinfoucinfo 8 replies1 threads New Member
    Are the schools in the same community college district? I took my courses at different community colleges in the same community college district, so all the courses had the same pre reqs and course number. Now, for my ochem 2 course in my current community college district might be canceled, so I signed up for a ochem 2 course at a different community college district. I made sure that the ochem 2 course at the new community college was comparable to the same UC course by looking at assist.org. I then made a appointment with the UC Davis representative and she told me that she would ask the chem department if its okay that I took ochem 1 at my normal community college district and ochem 2 at a different community college district. The department said it was okay. So I guess to be sure, make an appointment with your UC or CSU advisor from you community college and ask them its okay if you take the other half of the series at a different community college district.
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