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gmg wrote:albanach wrote:AJordan wrote:Your cum GPA is still going to be like 3.9.
Yeah, I was just doing the math and realized this. It's really a non-issue unless OP is a reverse splitter.
I am. 164 LSAT
There is no such thing as a reverse splitter- just someone who needs to retake.
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gmg wrote:I am. 164 LSAT
Then I understand the frustration. Obviously retaking the LSAT would be a smart move, but you already know that.
I think your only other option is to explore whether the F could be changed to a W, assuming those are non-punitive at the school. Do you have any good reason for the F? Some way you can explain to the tutor that you should have withdrawn but, given your age, didn't realize the potential consequences.
I've no idea if you'll have success. I imagine it's going to require a willing tutor, registrar and permissive school policies.
Also, retake the LSAT.
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