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I started taking my prereq.s this semester. I have an associates degree, and about a 3.6 average in all my other courses. This semester I am taking Bio. 101, and 102. I am struggling in these courses, and it looks like the best I am going to do in these courses is either C's or maybe B's. Should I withdraw from these and just take them next semester, or just take the grades and move on? I am taking these courses while working full time +. Will C's or B's kill your chances since these are the science requirements?
 

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Take the courses and move on. Don't withdraw. B's and some C's won't kill your chances. You will need some A's to bring your GPA back up to what it is now.
 

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yeah, don't withdraw. it looks highly suspect on the transcript and should only be done with an F or possibly D. im sure you dont want to go through the mess again either....just kick ass in the rest of your classes to make up for it. improvement always looks good
 
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