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Foster UAG admission

alto106alto106 Registered User Posts: 19 New Member
edited May 2011 in University of Washington
So, I had applied for EAG but was unfortunately (as anticipated really) denied. I am planning on applying for UAG next year but I'm worried that even though I might do relatively better and my academics will a much more appealing, there would concentrate on the glaring faults that got me denied to EAG. So what I'm worried about is, despite that I'd do better, my unfortunate subjects will stalk me. I did plan an advising session for tomorrow, but I am anxious about them telling me things that I do not want to hear. I would take my record soiling subjects again, but between all the other requirement and my continued subject (french) I don't have any spare study space for those. I can't take summer courses because I am an international student and I must return to my home country which I haven't been to since last July. So any thoughts/suggestions/inspirational and uplifting quotes from songs would be appreciated!
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Replies to: Foster UAG admission

  • alto106alto106 Registered User Posts: 19 New Member
    Another question, for those of you who unfortunately didn't strike EAG's fancy as well, what exactly did your rejection letters say?
    Thanks again
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