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sarorasarora Registered User Posts: 572 Member
edited June 2012 in University of Pittsburgh

General question here - is Pitt pretty "strict" with rescinding admissions?

I was accepted at Pitt with a 2100 SAT and a B+/A- average GPA UW with mainly A-/B+ my first semester senior year. My final grades this year vary class to class, with my lowest being an 81% in one class and highest being 97%. There are no C/D/F, and my average grade (UW) in all my academic classes is an 84-85%.

I also took a few classes in college and sent my final transcript. My final community college GPA is 3.57 - I took it pretty easy because it was mainly for personal knowledge and a better understanding when I take classes like Calc II again. It was around a 3.7 when I sent them the fall semester transcript, but that only included one class (I have a few more including Calc II).

Do you think this will cause any trouble?
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  • charlieschmcharlieschm Registered User Posts: 4,282 Senior Member
    At most colleges, the only people who get their admissions recinded are those arrested for violent crime or who stop working in classes and get a string of Ds.
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