IMO, not gonna happen
I am an MA student who has applied for PhD program this round and successfully received an offer from a top 10 school. My fall grades are nearly perfect. In this Spring term, I made a mistake by taking a crazy PhD field course with weird grading standards, and I have screwed up some of its components. I think there's a chance that I may get something like C+~B+ for this course. Is there a chance that my offer will be rescinded? Thanks for answers.
Last edited by applicant201; 03-16-2017 at 05:49 AM.
Some schools will request a complete transcript to show you got your bachelor's degree. But I'm pretty sure nobody in the econ department ever reads them. Rescinding an offer is unheard of apart from undisclosed character issues or academic dishonesty.
And I doubt you even need to give your grades for your master's degree.
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