Hi, my name is Grecia. I was on your site but I couldn’t find a way to ask you a question. I am currently a first year at UTM and I am switching my study field into Psychology but at the University of? Guelph Humber. I already talked to the office of the registrar at? Guelph Humber and had several meetings with her just to know all the? information. I was just wondering that if I don’t do very well on a? class that I am taking right now can I choose not to transfer it so it? doesnt affect my GPA in Guelph Humber Psychology? I was originally? going to be taking languages cause I wanted to go into translation and? interpretation so I am taking French, Latin and German right now. I? know that I have to have about a 70% average in all to be accepted in? Guelph Humber and I know that my marks in highschool will be looked? over as well and I have really good marks in highschool. But there is? a course here in UTM (French) that I am not doing so well in, and I? was wondering if maybe I can just transfer my two credits (German and Latin) so that my GPA in Guelph Humber won’t go down as much and affect my studies and GPA record. These credits that I will be transferring will count only as electives. They arent prerequisites because its a totally different study field, Humanities and Psychology. So my question is, would I be able to just transfer 2 credits that I have been doing really good in so that the one credit that isn’t so good won’t affect my GPA in Guelph Humber?
I hope this email is still valid, because I’d really want an answer from you, as from what you were telling the other people on your site you? seem to really know your stuff. Thank you so much!
This is a very long and convoluted email. You want to know if you don’t have to transfer over your French credit, so that it won’t affect your new GPA at Guelph Humber. If you are already accepted at Guelph Humber, your UTM credits will transfer over, but they won’t be added to your Guelph Humber GPA.? They will just be accepted as credits you have already taken. The only thing your poor French mark might affect is the 70 percent average at Guelph Humber. So as long as you maintain a 70 overall average, you should be golden.
Transfer-ly yours (?),