No, most of them will not accept a C-. You're going to have to retake the course. Luckily AADSAS will average your new grade with the old one.I know that C- at my undergrad is considered passing. is it same for dental school?
i got a C- in anthropology class this quarter. (C-= 1.7ish below 2.0)
I had a C+ in physics 1... but that was freshman year... I showed a great increasing trend the next three years... with an A in physics 2... but I got interviews with that grade.If you have a 3.7 overall GPA, a solid DAT/ECs, but received a C- in a pre-req course..will you not be interviewed?
Don't retake it, as long as it's not a C- your fine. Just try not to get any more and with your science GPA your not in too bad of shape.With my school, a C+ is 81-85 and I got a C+ in physics. The ADEA only take letter grade, not percentage. The C+ will look really bad on my transcript, even if i get good scores on the DAT, which i haven't taken yet. My overall science GPA is about 3.445
Any advice? THANK YOU.
It depends on if that class is a prereq. If it is, you'll have to retake it eventually.Hi, I am a freshman this fall and just bombed my first math course (C-)... should I retake the course or just advance to next one? cuz i realize that if I retake it then i gotta combine 2 marks and average it out right?