I voluntarily left a PhD Program in Psychometrics at School Name
in the summer of 2008 without a degree. I was initially interested in the work. However,
as I became more familiar with the field, its culture, and my job prospects, I realized that
it was not for me. After that, I joined the Army. I have thoroughly researched my
potential prospects as a law school graduate and I am very committed to law school.
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I think technically no. Interruption, in my mind, implies that you resume it later. Since you just completely withdrew, it doesn't really apply.
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