one bad quarter

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one bad quarter

Postby senorhosh » Wed Jun 29, 2011 3:37 am

Spring quarter of freshman year I got a 1.57 GPA. I had some personal health issues, and got a C-, F and C (something along those lines).

The F alone is weighing my LSAC gpa down by 0.6 from my degree GPA. If I provide a reasonable explanation, would law schools that into account? And to what extent?

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Re: one bad quarter

Postby Perch » Wed Jun 29, 2011 7:25 am

Unfortunately the LSAC GPA is what it is, which is all schools ultimately care about. With that being said, write an addendum and explain the situation- hopefully they can at least take it into consideration.

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