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Can I Count One College Summer Class but Not Another?

Question: I took college level calculus over the summer at my local community college over my sophomore to junior summer. The next summer, I took biology over the summer but did not like my grade. I only want calculus to affect my GPA and not bio. Am I forced to let both of them affect my GPA or can I just turn in one? Thank you.

It is your high school's policy that will govern the way that your overall GPA is computed. Some high schools include grades from summer classes taken elsewhere (e.g., at a community college) in a student's GPA, if the student is getting credit for the class. Many high schools, however, do not use grades from off-site classes when calculating the GPA.

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