UCSC is revoking applications for whatever the hell they can find wrong. I just had mine revoked because I had a college course listed on my application, and they received the transcript a few days late. The college (Cornell University) gave my high school the transcript, which was sent with my high school transcript, but because it wasn't a "formality" from the university itself, they revoked my application. During a meeting I had with the admission director, I found out a few things. For one, he is a complete asshole who won't listen to me nor try to work with me to sort the issue. Second, UCSC does NOT care about the students they revoke. They don't even use your name in the faculty decision that revokes you, just an ID number. They couldn't care less. Everyone who I have talked to, except the admissions director, believes that it is against logic to revoke the admission of students based on tiny technicalities such as your situation and mine. If you can meet with him, do so, but DO NOT expect him to help you. You'd have better success trying to argue with a tape recorder. A broken tape recorder. That's been smashed with a hammer. And burned.