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  • For Transfer Students: Academics
    Orientation Schedule Get to Know MIT Resources Declared Major General Institute Requirements GIRs Placement Exams FEE ASEs Registration Instructions Managing Your Schedule Mid Term Assessment End of Term Preparation Helpful Resources Academics Declared Major When you are admitted as a transfer student you enter the Institute with a declared major This provides you with the opportunity to be part of an academic department and to be advised by a faculty member upon arrival Once you enroll to MIT we expect you to confirm your intended major with Leslie Bottari in July She will put you in contact with the Undergraduate Administrator of your academic department prior to your arrival The Undergraduate Administrator will be your primary contact in your new department who assign you to a faculty advisor to assist you with spring registration If you change your major selection at any point prior to arrival or within the first few weeks of classes you need to inform Ms Bottari of the UAAP soon as possible to ensure the accuracy of your academic records As a transfer student you may only declare one major upon enrollment to MIT If you are interested in double majoring you may declare it after

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/firstyear/transfer/academics/major.html (2016-02-01)
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  • For Transfer Students: Academics - General Institute Requirements
    semesters at MIT you might need to take some additional courses to fulfill the Science Core of the Institute requirements These might include Calculus Physics Chemistry or Biology Many of these classes are prerequisites to more advanced classes within your major We encourage you to read more about the GIRs in the online MIT Bulletin Communication Requirement Transfer students need to complete a total of two CI H and two CI M subjects by graduation During your first year at MIT you must either pass a CI subject or receive transfer credit for one If you do not receive transfer credit for a CI subject you will need to take two CI classes during one of your academic years at MIT Transfer students make their CI H HW selections when they meet with their advisors and complete Online Registration For transfer credit requests associated with CI subjects you must first seek approval of the department s Transfer Credit Examiner Once the transfer credit examiner has approved the subject you must then petition the Subcommittee on the Communication Requirement in order to receive CI credit If you have any questions please contact the Office of the Communication Requirement or 617 253

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/firstyear/transfer/academics/girs.html (2016-02-01)
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  • For Transfer Students: Academics - Placement Exams
    to award credit Freshman Essay Evaluation The first step towards fulfilling the Communication Requirement is to take MIT s writing placement test the Freshman Essay Evaluation FEE which determines what type of CI H you must take during your first year The only students exempt from the FEE are those who scored a 5 on either of the Advanced Placement English Tests equivalent to a CI H CI HW Required on the FEE and students a score of 7 on either the English A or B Higher Level IB exam If you earned a score of 5 on either of these AP tests you must request that the College Board submit your AP scores to MIT Some transfer students have taken a first year writing course at their previous institution If you would like to request transfer credit for such a course and be exempt from taking the FEE the Transfer Credit Examiner in MIT s Program in Writing and Humanistic Studies will determine whether such credit will be recommended If transfer credit is recommended you will need to petition the Subcommittee on the Communication Requirement SOCR for final approval For questions about the FEE email fee help mit edu

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/firstyear/transfer/academics/placement.html (2016-02-01)
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  • For Transfer Students: Academics - Registration Instructions
    Institute Requirements GIRs Placement Exams FEE ASEs Registration Instructions Managing Your Schedule Mid Term Assessment End of Term Preparation Helpful Resource Academics Registration Instructions You will register for your fall semester classes with your departmental advisor Be sure to contact your department s academic administrator before you arrive on campus as s he will tell you who your faculty advisor will be and provide you with information on the registration

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/firstyear/transfer/academics/registration.html (2016-02-01)
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  • For Transfer Students: Academics - Helpful Websites
    Instructions Managing Your Schedule Mid Term Assessment End of Term Preparation Helpful Websites Academics Helpful Websites We encourage you to review the following websites with academic tips and information Academic Guide Details on grading and credit limits advice on progressing through your degree and more MIT Course Catalogue Descriptions of majors and details on course offerings by major WebSIS the online Student Information System from which you will access registration

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/firstyear/transfer/academics/websites.html (2016-02-01)
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  • For Transfer Students: Credit for Previous Study - Transfer Credit
    s academic departments may grant some credit for courses taken at your previous college or university The Office of Undergraduate Advising and Academic Programming UAAP coordinates the transfer credit process for new transfer students Decisions on credit are made by the department Transfer Credit Examiner Pages in this section provide detail on seeking and using transfer credit including How to Seek MIT Transfer Credit Steps to follow for summer and term time transfer credit review Transfer Credit and the General Institute Requirements Processes for possible credit for some General Institute Requirements GIRs including the HASS and Communication Requirements Transfer Credit Examiners Directory of academic department contacts for credit requests In general credit and or appropriate placement may be offered if the courses are substantially equivalent to those in the MIT curriculum and if the grade earned meets MIT standards However each department sets its own policies about awarding transfer credit and delegates this decision to its Transfer Credit Examiner who reviews each request individually For help in deciding whether to seek transfer credit check MIT s subject descriptions and department web pages especially in Chemistry ignore application process described there and follow steps here instead Mathematics and Physics Pre health

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/firstyear/transfer/credit/transfer/index.html (2016-02-01)
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  • For Transfer Students: Credit for Previous Study
    MIT Resources Transfer Credit AP Credit International Exam Credit Advanced Standing Exams Credit for Previous Study College Board Advanced Placement Credit AP MIT has established policies on credit for a score of 5 in some College Board Advanced Placement AP exams The AP page on the Class of 2019 site giving details on credit and reporting processes also applies to you as a transfer student See also general information on

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/firstyear/transfer/credit/ap.html (2016-02-01)
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  • For Transfer Students: Credit for Previous Study - International Examination Credit
    for high scores in some international examinations Pages on the Class of 2019 site with details on credit and reporting processes also apply to you as a transfer student See the Class of 2019 for details on receiving credit for the following international exams A Levels Cambridge Pre U International Baccalaureate French Baccaluréat Abitur Credit may be possible for high scores on exams not listed here by request to relevant

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/firstyear/transfer/credit/intl/index.html (2016-02-01)
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