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I passed BAA, btw! Yaaay for that! I'm sure you can do it too! You don't have to be scared. Believe me, cause I really was at my wits end when I realized they won't allow me to take Math17 for the 2nd sem. I cried for an entire day. I thought I was going to be stuck but then everything turned out to be ok. And my constant worrying proved to be a tad bit useless.
Hello ironclaw79! BAA only accepts shiftees once a year, apparently. In fact the entire CBA does that. And you can apply once you're an incoming sophomore.
Shifting into BAA does not cause any delay whatsoever, given that you find a way to take the prerequisite subjects before you're actually required to take the majors. The BAA/BA curriculum has been set so that it ensures it is shift-friendly. ) I think they've really gotten used to the large influx of shiftees so they adjusted their curriculum so that it can cater to shiftees without causing them delay.
Shifting will not cause you to lose your chances at getting latin honors. As long as you do not underload. Even if you have 5.0s in some subjects as long as your CWA is contained within the range for latin honors then you can absolutely have a chance.
Last edited by isdchua; May 18, 2012 at 07:51 PM.
Yes, I took my BC majors as well. :> Yes, Math 17 is the only prereq subject you will need to take courses when you shift. :> Good luck!!
Thanks!! How about Math 100? I saw it in their curriculum. :-/
Ask ko ***, kelngan po lahat ng GE(AH) sa BAA ay all English subjects tama po ba ang intindi ko sa curriculum ng BAA.
^Somebody told me that's because there's a requirement by the Board of Accountancy, setting a minimum number of English units for those taking the CPA Boards. So, yes, you have to take GE's in English, plus a few other units of English subjects which are part of their curriculum, because the GE units still don't meet the requirement.