SYoshi11 wrote:Here is the story:
I signed up for a class in the beginning of the semester and a week later went to my course enroll to drop it. Then, after the drop deadline, I find out it has not been dropped. I've never attended the class, never bought a book, and don't even know what the Professor looks like...because I thought the class had been dropped. My school is making me take a withdrawl, and it will show credit attempted on my transcript, meaning LSAC will count it as an F. This drops my GPA from a 3.91, to a 3.69.
My lsat is 179.
What just happened to my life?
Use the rest of your courses to bring that GPA up to a 3.7-something, appeal the W to the extent that it can be appealed, if it doesn't work out write an addendum, apply early in the cycle, and at worst you are a 25th GPA 75th LSAT applicant to H; many with similar type numbers have already gotten in this cycle. SBY are probably out. But you would still have an average to good shot at CCN MVP.