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What does it take to be considered a UNC transfer applicant?

reppincollege1reppincollege1 Registered User Posts: 262 Junior Member
I don't have enough credits according to the requirements:( To be considered a transfer applicant, you need 30 credits and I am a freshman who has only completed one semester (17 credits). However, I will have enough credits when spring semester is done. Does that mean I can still apply for fall 2017? I also have a lot of AP Credits from high school; does that count? And one more question, how much will my college GPA count? I received a 3.52 at a state school, but I know I'm going to do much better this spring semester. Does that decrease my chances a lot? Thanks guys

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