When to send Transcript?

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by A1phaZer0, Apr 15, 2002.

  1. I am having a hard time deciding what is the lesser of the two evils facing me. On one hand, I got two C's in two post-bacc classes last semester (Calc I and P-Chem), and this semester I am hopefully going to get a B in Calc II and an A-/B+ in P-Chem lab. If I send the transcript after this semester finishes it shows improvement, but these grades will still hurt my BCMP which is now about a 3.47. On the other hand, I can maintain my BCMP if I send it before the semester closes, but then my final Post-Bacc grades will be those C's which doesnt look very good.

    What are your opinions on what I should do about this situation?? Any input is appreciated
     
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    Send in the final grades.
     
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    Here's another transcript question: I have been getting all As for the past 2 years, but this semester I think I'll be getting two Bs (or maybe a B and C if I don't get my a$$ in gear <img border="0" title="" alt="[Eek!]" src="eek.gif" /> ). If I get 2 As and 2 Bs, should I send my Spring transcript to schools I am waitlisted at? My guess would be no. What do ya think?
     

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