Was just wondering if anyone could clarify the rules regarding dropping your lowest year?
I am an OOP applicant who did my undergrad (honors) over 5 years. I have been out of school for a couple years. In my last year of undergrad, I only needed 22 credits to graduate (3.69 weight sum in application), so I don't think this counts towards my GPA.
In my other 4 years of full time school, my first year is far worse than the other years and is bringing my GPA from what could be around 3.9 for my other three years of full-time study, to a 3.78 which is below the OOP threshold.
Is this GPA that UCAN has calculated/making me agree to the GPA that will be used in my application? Or do they eliminate your worst year after submission. I can't find any reason for my lowest year to not be dropped, but there's no point in applying if this GPA is not above 3.8