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Hey guys,

I am a grad student majoring in Information Systems and minoring in business.When I came to the US,I was enrolled as a Computer Science major but after a semester I took a transfer to the College of Engineering and switched my major.I had pretty bad grades in the semester I did in Computer Science and I was wondering since those would be on my transcript would it affect my B-school application in the future.Just to clarify,I am taking 2 additional subjects to cover them up in my current major but those would still appear on my transcript.

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New post 23 Aug 2012, 13:29
KaranRMishra wrote:
Hey guys,

I am a grad student majoring in Information Systems and minoring in business.When I came to the US,I was enrolled as a Computer Science major but after a semester I took a transfer to the College of Engineering and switched my major.I had pretty bad grades in the semester I did in Computer Science and I was wondering since those would be on my transcript would it affect my B-school application in the future.Just to clarify,I am taking 2 additional subjects to cover them up in my current major but those would still appear on my transcript.

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I am in the same boat and am wondering this as well. Karan- did you ever resolve this? When I first came and tried to enroll I had a bad credit score so I ended up having to apply for some bad credit loans in order to secure a personal loan and a student loan. Just so you're not as clueless as I was when I first started, check out this loans resource, especially if you have bad credit.

Thanks in advance,

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