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I asked a question about this at one time, but have another one. I took a chemistry class at another university. It was during the summer. I didn't show up for a few days, failed my first test, showed up the next week did better but was still to far behind to get anything above a c in a 6 week class. That said I withdrew. I don't know if it's W or WF, I'll have to see. Do i have to report classes I withdrew from at another university? I know some people say submit everything but i kind of doubt they even have me on file, or would they?
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If they have your information from when you took the class, they probably have you on file. Yes, you have to report it, however most universities allow a W rather than a WF if you withdraw quickly enough. It would be ridiculous to spend 200k on an education then find out you can't pass the C + F portion of the bar because you withheld information from a law school.
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