SumStalwart wrote:Okay guys,
I have gone ahead and taken out all of the bad reasons, and left the medical condition. Do you guys have any other comments or concerns?
Thank you for your time.
In the fall of 2007,
I concluded my first and last semester at Private College with a disappointing 2.89 GPA. Being a three-year State-qualifying swimmer in high school, I was drawn to Private College's strong NCAA Division X Collegiate Swimming program. During this periodmy doctors detected an arrhythmia. As per the doctors’ advice, I abstained from practiceswimming for my school's NCAA Collegiate Swimming program (do they caps that?) and began the scheduled diagnostic battery. After a month, I was diagnosed with mitral valve prolapse. It is typically not a very serious condition; however, the doctors cautioned me about engaging in excessive exertion. Concerned about my health, I completed my formal withdrawal from the swimming program and began treatment. Having lost an avenue in which I was passionate about—swimming competitively—I became disinterested with academics.
That's the explanatory part for your GPA. Now add a few lines that walk me through your transfers, as your transcript seems like it's a puzzle with too many pieces.