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I recently graduated high school but gathered up enough credit from taking college classes in high school to be able to transfer for Fall 2020. However my grades have been B average and I’ve had a couple of C’s creating a total of a 2.6 GPA I would like to transfer as a Global Disease major at Davis and am currently taking a lot of the classes needed for that major like General Chemistry, Medical Calculus etc etc. Since I was balancing a lot during my high school years including AP classes and a job I wasn’t fully able to do as well as I wanted but am doing much better in my current classes. Do I have a chance on successfully transferring or does my GPA make me unlikely to do so. Is there anyway I can do to make it more likely for me to transfer? Pls advise1 replies