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CCC Question

creativeportcreativeport 18 replies18 threads Junior Member
I am currently in my first semester at a California Community College and am planning to transfer after two years. I will be submitting my application in Fall 2008 as I assume everyone must.

My question is that they are only going to see my grades from the first two semesters when I send in my application. Do they only take those two semesters into consideration or do they make you send the third semester grades to them when it is completed? What about the fourth semester before transferring?
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  • EktaylorEktaylor 1570 replies53 threads Senior Member
    You submit the second part of the application in Jan-Feb, which allows certain revisions, and asks for your fall semester/quarter grades. So, in your case, your first three semesters would be seen.

    The fourth is not seen, but you have to keep a certain GPA, as admission is conditional. I think the general rule is nothing below 3.0; but, you should maintain your GPA for grad school admissions which will see everything.
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