BTSLP Posted December 19, 2013 Share Posted December 19, 2013 Hi, I'm graduating from undergrad in Spring 2015 and I hope to attend a SLP program in Fall 2015. My parents agreed to help me pay for grad school if I didn't take a gap year, and I'm totally fine with that. I'm also completing undegrad in 3 years without taking summer classes. My GPA was 3.7 before this semester, but I just found out that my grade for Anatomy I is a C-. I had a tough time with this class towards the beginning of the semester, but I improved a lot since then. It has more to do with the professor's teaching style, test format, and the fact that this his first time teaching in 20 years than my ability to learn the material. Even other undergrads in my class were struggling. Unfortunately, my performance towards the beginning of the semester affected my final grade. So far I've been getting A's in my Speech and Hearing classes, but I'm worried how horrible this will look on my transcript when applying to grad programs. My school won't let students retake a course if they got higher than a D-. Could I redeem myself if I get an A in Anatomy II? I know that grad programs look at all aspects of your application, but how can I be accepted if they think that I don't know basic anatomy?! I'm sorry if I'm being dramatic, I'm just really worried. Did anyone on here have a similar experience and end up being accepted somewhere? Thank you! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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