Sep 9, 2015
11
0
Hi all,

I'm looking into different school and their selection processes. My first choice school mentions a basis of admission degree, in the case of people who have more than one undergrad degree. This is my case. I have a linguistics degree that didn't turn out so well (2.88), and now I'm toward the end of a kinesiology degree with a 3.8. I assume they would want all of my undergrad transcripts, including the degree that is not the basis of admission? I also wonder how much of an impact the degree that is not the basis of admission will have on the selection process. Does anyone have experience with this?

Thank you!
 

Goro

7+ Year Member
Jun 10, 2010
53,597
78,813
Somewhere west of St. Louis
Status
Non-Student
Yes, you have to provide this and not doing so will lead to rejection.

I assume they would want all of my undergrad transcripts, including the degree that is not the basis of admission?


Poor performance in an earlier degree program can be ameliorated by excellent performance in a later program.

I also wonder how much of an impact the degree that is not the basis of admission will have on the selection process.
 

Noomm

Account on Hold
Account on Hold
Aug 7, 2015
185
120
Status
Pre-Medical
Don't worry you still have a 3.3 which is probably good enough for St. George's University