A few days ago

community college transfer units revoked?

I’m a sophomore at UC Davis and before I came to UCD and was accepted, I had to send a transcript of community college classes taken.

I was rewarded 9 units. Consequently, with the 225 limit units in my undergrad year at davis, I’m very limited to classes I can take (because my major requires 180 units but I’ve taken 61 already including the 9 units from cc)

i was wondering if there’s any way I can revoke those units transfered from community colleges

If I had a choice, I would not have transferred those units before I came to Davis, but UCD may revoke my UCD admission if I don’t send ALL the transcripts I’ve claimed

is it possible?

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A few days ago

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From the way I understand the question it seems that you have enough credits already that you do not need to take as many questions as previously thought, correct? If not, I’m sorry, I misunderstood the question. But having more credits is a good thing. You will not have to make up as many classes as normally. I still don’t understand why you would want to revoke those credits. It’s a good thing that you have taken a bunch of classes…

5 years ago
Universities of California require not only a high GPA but also a good SAT score. Your GPA is good enough for at least UCRiverside however, I recommend you to raise that GPA to a 4.0 for CAL Berkeley. Also, colleges will look at your AP’s and your extra activities. Not only colleges want a smart student, but a student with a like and can handle multiple tasks. Good Luck 🙂

A few days ago
Mr G
Isn’t more credit good? You graduate sooner, correct?