yosemitesam91

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Hello everyone,

I am going to be a senior come fall semester. I didn't do well in some of my classes, more specifically Physics and some higher bio classes. I will be graduating next year. I was planning on taking a year off and do post bacc classes for the ones that I didnt do well in and to boost up my gpa.

My question is would accomas accept the grade replacement for the classes I take after graduation specially if they are at another school (not community college)

Any help would be much appreciated.

Thank You in advance
 

Traumaturtle

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Yes, the better grade should be taken into account. Sometimes there can be an issue if you take a class at one college for x units and then its valued at a different college for y units. However, even this situation will work itself out because you are taking into account a bad grade then separately adding in a good grade. Although that may diminish the positive grade of the repeat slightly, the GPA will still be raised in the end. Clear as mud?