Pre-Advising Worksheet - Pre-Transfer Advising

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Pre-Transfer Advising
Office of Undergraduate Studies
PRE-ADVISING WORKSHEET
Review the following prior to completing the Pre-Advising Worksheet:
 Visit www.transferadvising.umd.edu to schedule an appointment or view the walk-in advising schedule.
 Pre-Transfer Advising services are for students who have not applied to nor previously attended the
University of Maryland. Admitted students must attend an orientation session to receive advising
assistance; see http://www.admissions.umd.edu/admissions/admitted.asp. Students who have previously
attended the university must apply for readmission; see http://studentsuccess.umd.edu/
 Submit this worksheet to [email protected] at least TWO BUSINESS DAYS prior to your
advising session to receive feedback about your transfer courses.
Name:
Email Address:
Appointment Type: Scheduled, Walk In, or Email
Appointment Date and Time:
Advisor: Leah, Megan, or Walk In
Have you been admitted to UMD for the upcoming semester?
Semester Planning to Attend UMD:
Preferred Major(s):
STEP ONE: Transfer Course Information
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PART A: List the original course information from all institutions attended and any courses in progress.
PART B: Use the Transfer Equivalency Database to identify the UMD Course Equivalents and
CORE/General Education requirements (www.tce.umd.edu).
Completion of both PART A and PART B are required to receive feedback.
PART A
(Source: College Transcripts)
School
Semester
Course ID
(e.g. Montgomery College)
( e.g. Fall 2011)
(e.g. PS102)
Credits
Earned
Grade
Earned
(e.g. 3)
(e.g. A-)
PART B
(Transfer Equivalency Database)
UMD
UMD
CORE/General
Equivalent
Education
(e.g. GVPT280)
Requirement*
(e.g. SB)
*View www.gened.umd.edu for further information about General Education at UMD.
PART A
PART B
(Source: College Transcripts)
School
Semester
Course ID
(e.g. Montgomery College)
(e.g. Fall 2011)
(e.g. PS102)
Credits
Earned
Grade
Earned
(e.g. 3)
(e.g. A-)
(Transfer Equivalency Database)
UMD
UMD
CORE/General
Equivalent
Education*
(e.g.. GVPT280)
Requirement
(e.g. SB)
*View www.gened.umd.edu for further information about General Education at UMD.
STEP TWO: Official Scores (SAT/AP/IB/CLEP)
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PART A: Provide information about your scores including the specific exam taken.
PART B: Identify the UMD equivalents to your scores (http://www.tce.umd.edu/apibclep.html).
Reading/Verbal SAT score (check one):
Math SAT score (check one):
( ) Below 670
( ) Below 600
PART A
(Source: Official Score Reports)
( ) At least 670
( ) At least 600
PART B
(Source: Transfer Equivalency Database)
Test Type
Subject
Year
Score
(e.g. AP, IB, etc.)
(e.g. English Language)
(e.g. 2010)
(e.g. 4)
UMD
Equivalent
(e.g. ENGL101)
UMD
CORE/General
Education
Requirement
(e.g. FE/AW)
STEP THREE: Pre-Transfer Advising Questions and Next Steps
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Contact a counselor in the Office of Undergraduate Admissions to discuss your questions and concerns about the
admission process, deadlines, and chances of admission (www.admissions.umd.edu; 301-314-8385).
Send your name, course ID, course title, school name and syllabus to [email protected] request that courses
not listed in the Transfer Credit Services database be evaluated.
Use the space below to list the questions and/or concerns you would like to discuss with a Pre-Transfer Advisor.
STEP FOUR: Major Options
The University of Maryland offers more than 100 academic majors. To learn more:
 Research major options using the following link: http://www.umd.edu/acad_dir.cfm
o Some majors are Limited Enrollment Programs that have additional requirements beyond admission to
the University of Maryland. Visit www.lep.umd.edu for more information.
 Download the academic plan for your preferred major (www.4yearplans.umd.edu).
 Visit the Academic Planning section of the Pre-Transfer Advising website (www.transferadvising.umd.edu)
for additional academic tips.
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