C in gen chem II lecture

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  1. foot2foot

    foot2foot 2+ Year Member

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    B in lab ..should I retake it.
     
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  3. luaylu

    luaylu

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    Your other grades could make up for that if it's just a weird blip on an otherwise good record. Do well in ochem, and you'll be fine.
     
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  4. LittleMopeHead

    LittleMopeHead 2+ Year Member

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    No, move forward and don't look back. Do well in more advanced classes and you will be fine. C is passing and meets the requirement, although not the greatest, but it's acceptable. If you fail a class (F) or get a D, then retake it since most schools want a C and above. Just do well in future classes. This depends on your major too. If you are non-traditional, the C is a big thing since it affects your science GPA. If you are a science major, other advanced classes will be taken more into consideration (i.e. Biochemistry, Advanced Biochemistry, etc.).
     
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  5. foot2foot

    foot2foot 2+ Year Member

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    I'm non trad bio major chem minor
     
  6. itsallgood19

    itsallgood19 5+ Year Member

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    Yeah I agree I would retake if you got a C- but C should be fine. This also depends if you have a lot of other Cs on your transcript.
     
  7. Toadesque

    Toadesque 10+ Year Member

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    C's tank your sGPA which is the most important aspect of your GPA. You don't need to retake them (I didn't even know you could actually...), but you'll need to make up for them by getting more A's.
     
  8. foot2foot

    foot2foot 2+ Year Member

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    Thank you all..
     

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