non punitive Ws question

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sarcasticzebra
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non punitive Ws question

Postby sarcasticzebra » Sun Jul 21, 2013 12:40 pm

At my school Ws are non punitive and when I called LSAC they said Ws are omitted from my institution...

At most schools they print the denotion: 'Semester Warning' on a transcript when the accumulative gpa is in good standing, but your semester gpa perhaps isn't. And in the beginning I had that printed and the next semester I had all Withdrawals and 'Semester Warning' was printed underneath that semester. They print that until you have a semester in good standing. My accum gpa is above a 3.00 and I am testing in 170s on practice diagnostics, but my question is:

Even though they said Ws are non punitive from my school, will they decide to count them as punitive because during that semester of all Ws, there was the denotion semester warning printed on transcript. Has anyone else been in this predicament? What did LSAC do?

Ti Malice
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Re: non punitive Ws question

Postby Ti Malice » Sun Jul 21, 2013 2:06 pm

Jesus Christ, just submit your transcript and see what happens. You're not in a "predicament" until they screw something up, which is very unlikely. If they do, you can get it fixed. No one here will be able to predict for you better than the LSAC what will happen. Continually coming up with these bizarre things to worry over is neurotic behavior: viewtopic.php?f=2&t=213304.

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Re: non punitive Ws question

Postby Cobretti » Sun Jul 21, 2013 3:10 pm

Ti Malice wrote:Jesus Christ, just submit your transcript and see what happens. You're not in a "predicament" until they screw something up, which is very unlikely. If they do, you can get it fixed. No one here will be able to predict for you better than the LSAC what will happen. Continually coming up with these bizarre things to worry over is neurotic behavior: viewtopic.php?f=2&t=213304.

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