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Admission revoked?

lulubeelulubee Registered User Posts: 25 New Member
I go into UCR and I am going in the fall but I am most likely going to get a D in one of my classes. Will I not be able to go to UCR? And I know I have to email them but I am not sure what to write. It was a hard class and I have no excuse for my grade. I am really scared and I do not want to go to CC.
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Replies to: Admission revoked?

  • mixedfruitmixedfruit Registered User Posts: 17 New Member
    Email them or call them and ask if you can take a make up class online before the semester starts. This isn't a guaranteed in, but might up your chances
  • crizellocrizello Registered User Posts: 1,293 Senior Member
    It depends on the class and what your major is.

    However, rest assured that there have been many students that have retained their admission with a D.
  • elisebearelisebear Registered User Posts: 146 Junior Member
    Email admit[at]ucr.edu as soon as possible to discuss your options. Also, talk to your high school teacher and politely explain your situation. They might be able to help you out!
  • thisislifethisislife Registered User Posts: 301 Member
    Was it math or English - if not your probably fine .

    Keep in mind that if you were originally admitted , you got in as apart of the first wave, since a good deal of students turn down UCR you should still get in .

    If this was cal or UCLA it'd be a different story .
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