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Will my UCSD admission be rescinded?

idksumnameidksumname 0 replies1 threads New Member
I have committed to UCSD and I am worried of possibly being rescinded. I read on the portal that admitted students weighted GPA in all UC-approved "a-g" college preparatory courses must be at least 3.00 our senior year. It also states that I must receive a "C" or better in all UC-approved "a-g" college preparatory courses taken in my senior year.
However, I got a C- during my second semester in AP Econ. I also have four other A's and one other B in the rest of my classes, but I am worried that my C- in AP Econ may get me rescinded.

When UCSD states that admitted students must maintain a grade of "C or better," does it include grades of C-?
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  • GumbymomGumbymom Forum Champion UC 30506 replies415 threads Forum Champion
    UC’s do not use +/- and with current virus situation, I am sure they are willing to be lenient. As long as you maintain the 3.0 for Senior year, you should be fine. If you are concerned, emailing UCSD admissions should set you mind at ease.
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  • tricia2980tricia2980 7 replies0 threads New Member
    https://admission.universityofcalifornia.edu/response-covid-19.html

    I'm trying to find the source, but I don't think your high school grades & GPA during COVID won't result in your enrollment being rescinded. Most high schools also stated your grades will not go down before schools shut down, but you can raise your grade. My daughter also took a dual enrollment class at the CC and they sent a note that she can challenge her grade if she thinks it was lower because of having to do her class via distance learning.
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