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I already have a BA and this year I attempted to take some online classes through my local technical college, trying to get a technical diploma, and I was enrolled in a program in order to get financial aid. Things didn't work out so well with other things in my life (unemployment, etc.) so I dropped all those classes with about a month left in the school year. Since I have no grades and was at this school for less than a year, do I have to send that transcript with my law school applications? I didn't fail these classes, but I couldn't finish them. I was doing quite well when I dropped them, but my gradepoint is 0.000. Thanks!
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- Joined: Thu Mar 11, 2010 3:39 am
You will probably want to explain yourself in an addendum as well, even though the classes won't be calculated in your GPA. Dropping several classes so late in the semester makes you look flaky, especially because this is so recent and not something you did before UG.