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Will these two failed courses be added to my transcript?
i've been at a traditional 4 year college out in utah for 2 years. my
gpa was at 2.02...during the beginning of my third year out there, i
got in a car accident and had to withdraw from school and return to
NH...this upset me very much and i became pretty depressed...for the
spring semester i decided to take a couple of courses at a local
community college. i found myself not being able to focus and stopped
attending after the drop class deadline. so now i'm going to have two
unofficial withdrawals. when i first signed up for these classes in
January, i think i was suppose to send my previous college transcripts
to the community college but i never did. my question is, are these two
failed classes going to bring down my overall GPA? like will they still
be able to hunt down my transcript and add these grades?
Honestly, that confused me.
Not trying to be a dick, but contact either the school in Utah or the CC.
and yes i'm aware my gpa sucks
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once you transfer your transcript. it will bring down your gpa. but if you retake the classes then the newer grades will replace the old. my advice would be to talk to your professors and try to work things out.
well. at my school the proffessor can list you as a "W" on your transcript, meaning you stopped attending the class. its not really good for you, but it doesnt effect your average either. you might be able to e-mail your professors and get that,
OTHERWISE. it will effect your average. you wil recieve a 0 for both classes. but if you never sent the transcript it shouldnt effect the average at Utah.... either because its at another college or because they dont have anywhere to put it.
this situation is like cheating on your girlfriend, the new girl (community college) doesn't know about the old girl, and vice verse, and as long as you don't say shit to either of them, everything should be OK.
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yea that's what i was thinking. anyone have any similar experiences?
They'll see your transcripts and they will see the transfer credits and stuff like that on one transcript and need/want to see the other.
However, having a failed class in college really isn't that big of a deal as long as you retake it and do better. Many people have classes that they do poorly in. Just do well and you will be fine. Most employers won't really care about a failed class or two. Get some internships and work experience and that will mean a lot more or at least make up for it.
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