Guest Gnome Chomsky Posted August 20, 2012 Share Posted August 20, 2012 (edited) I'm looking at many universities and I see applicants can be accepted on classified or conditionally classified status. It appears that conditionally classified means although the applicant is accepted, there is a negative in his/her application that needs to be corrected while in the program. For example, if your GPA is low or if you lack some prereqs. Well, I believe I would be conditionally classified at a lot of my potential schools because I'm a linguistic major who lacks the foreign language proficiency requirements of many schools. Now, I was wondering if conditionally classified status will have a negative effect on things such as funding and assistantships. Edited August 20, 2012 by JoeyBoy718 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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