wolfgang wrote:I had a couple classes that i negated under my school's academic renewal policies. The credits attempted and received were both zero, but the lsac counted them as three unit classes. the lsac literally had no other information, I did not retake those classes, it just showed as zero units attempted and zero units received and they had no other context. counted as thee units, which is fine(ish) because they were three units. Still sucked though, I thought for sure they wouldn't be able to count them. I also spent hours and hours and hours on the phone and tried all of the above tactics.
so, yeah. My feeling is that they just have a set policy that when the units attempted is zero, they count it as a three unit class?
Thanks for the reply. It's really ridiculous that they say one thing and then do another. No school, even for zero credit classes, leaves the credits earned and attempted blank.
Further, they say that they omit courses from computation that are "assigned no measure of credit"; zero constitutes "no measure" in my opinion.
I do wonder though if I could get my community college to drop the zero and just leave the space blank if I were to explain the situation.