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Friday, April 6, 2018

Part 3: Transferring to a University - Lesson 6. Registering for Classes Needed for Transfer

1.
A: Is this where I go to register for classes?
B: This is it.
A: I need to add a few classes.
B: What classes would you like to add?
A: I need to take some classes that will help me transfer.
B: Have you finished any classes so far?
A: This is my first semester.
B: Did you already take the placement test?
A: I took it last month.
B: What English and math classes were you placed in?
A: I got placed in Math 131 and English 1A.
B: Okay. I'll register you for both of those classes.


2


A: Do I need to register here?
B: You're in the right place.
A: I would like to add some classes.
B: What classes do you need?
A: I need to take some GE classes.
B: What classes have you finished so far?
A: I just started here.
B: You're going to need to take the placement test.
A: I took it a month ago.
B: Do you know what English and math classes you placed in?
A: The test placed me in English 1A and Math 131.
B: I'll add those classes to your schedule.


3


A: Is this the registration desk?
B: Yes, this is the place.
A: I need to get some classes.
B: What classes would you like?
A: I need to finish my GE classes so that I can transfer.
B: Have you finished any of your GE classes yet?
A: This is going to be my first semester.
B: Have you taken the placement test yet?
A: I believe I already took the placement test last month.
B: What math and English classes did you get placed in?
A: I was placed in English 1A and Math 131.
B: I'll make sure you have those classes this semester.

Thursday, April 5, 2018

Part 3: Transferring to a University - Lesson 5. Filling out a College Application

1.

A: What are you doing?
B: I'm just filling out applications.
A: Applications for what?
B: I'm filling out college applications.
A: But you're already in college.
B: I am going to transfer.
A: What school are you going to transfer to?
B: I still need to fill out the applications.
A: What schools are you applying to?
B: I'm applying to NYU and UCLA.
A: I wish you luck!
B: Thank you. I hope I get accepted.


2.


A: What's up?
B: I'm filling out these applications.
A: What applications?
B: College applications.
A: You're in college already.
B: I'm planning on transferring to another school.
A: Which school?
B: I won't know until I mail these applications.
A: Which schools are you applying to?
B: I'm going to apply to NYU and UCLA.
A: I hope all goes well with that.
B: Cross your fingers.

3.


A: What are you up to?
B: I'm filling out applications.
A: You're filling out applications for what?
B: They're college applications.
A: You're already in college.
B: I'm going to transfer to a different school.
A: What school are you transferring to?
B: I'm not sure yet. I'm still filling out applications.
A: What colleges are you going to apply to?
B: I'm filling out applications to NYU and UCLA.
A: Good luck with that.
B: I hope one of the two accepts me.

Part 3: Transferring to a University - Lesson 4. Classes Needed for Transfer

1.

A: Are you planning on taking classes next semester?
B: Yeah. That's the plan.
A: What classes are you going to take?
B: I'm going to take an English and a math class.
A: What else are you taking?
B: I'm also going to take a psychology class.
A: Is that for your major?
B: It counts toward my major, but I'm taking it as part of my GE.
A: So you're working on finishing your GE?
B: That's all I'm trying to do right now.
A: Why are you only working on your GE classes?
B: Once I finish those classes, then I can transfer.

2.


A: Are you going to take classes next semester?
B: I plan to.
A: Which classes?
B: I will be taking another English and math class.
A: Is there anything else?
B: I'm going to take a psychology class.
A: Are you taking the psychology class as part of your major?
B: It goes toward my GE and my major.
A: So, you're just working on your GE right now?
B: Yeah. That's the plan for right now.
A: Why only your GE classes?
B: I'll be able to transfer once I finish those classes.

3.


A: Were you going to take some classes next semester?
B: Of course!
A: Which ones?
B: I need to take another English and math class.
A: That's it?
B: I think I may also sign up for a psych class.
A: Is the psychology class for your major?
B: That class will count toward my GE and my major.
A: You're just trying to finish your GE?
B: I need to finish these classes for now.
A: I don't understand why you're only working on your GE classes.
B: Because I can't transfer until I finish those classes.