What does it take to get college admission rescinded? D? ?
I currently have a D+ in precalc, but the rest of my grades are mostly A’s and one or two B’s. My gpa is 3.61 and I got a 1290 on the SAT. Would getting a D in precalc have any effect on my admissions to Indiana, Iowa, UK, or Tennessee so long as I get A’s and B’s in the rest of my classes (including two weighted classes). Thanks.
- Sam SpayedLv 74 weeks agoFavorite Answer
State universities typically don't rescind admissions offers unless you 1. don't graduate high school or 2. don't meet a university admissions requirement. However, if either of those things happen, they probably will rescind.
So if (and only if) the D in precalculus means you don't pass a required year of math studies (some places consider Ds a failing grade), and/or don't meet graduation requirements, then they will rescind.
Private universities have a little more leeway.
- dripLv 74 weeks ago
If anything they would ask for a letter of explanation. And they are going to want your grades from the end of this semester and next semester.
- MSLv 74 weeks ago
Doubtful. Your overall GPA shouldn't take much of a hit with that, and you're otherwise proving yourself still a good student.
- 4 weeks ago
IU will possibly rescind but it’s not necessarily likely, maybe even Tennessee would but I doubt it. Iowa and UK- there’s no way. So, ur probably fine overall, just talk to IU.