Rescinding Offers

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sparkytrainer

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Re: Rescinding Offers

Postby sparkytrainer » Mon Apr 30, 2018 9:00 am

Yes, your offer can be rescinded. It happens, but its fairly rare. If your GPA has taken a fairly decent shot downwards then you may affect the schools numbers and get the boot.

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Re: Rescinding Offers

Postby bobloblawlawblog18 » Mon Apr 30, 2018 10:40 pm

sparkytrainer wrote:Yes, your offer can be rescinded. It happens, but its fairly rare. If your GPA has taken a fairly decent shot downwards then you may affect the schools numbers and get the boot.


Thanks for the quick reply. I was told that it would not affect the law school's numbers if I did not update with LSAC because they go with my GPA on my application. Is that wrong?

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Re: Rescinding Offers

Postby sparkytrainer » Mon Apr 30, 2018 11:11 pm

bobloblawlawblog18 wrote:
sparkytrainer wrote:Yes, your offer can be rescinded. It happens, but its fairly rare. If your GPA has taken a fairly decent shot downwards then you may affect the schools numbers and get the boot.


Thanks for the quick reply. I was told that it would not affect the law school's numbers if I did not update with LSAC because they go with my GPA on my application. Is that wrong?


But you will have to submit your final transcript at some point. So either you do it when the school asks, or you dont like you are suggesting and certainly get your offer revoked.

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Re: Rescinding Offers

Postby bobloblawlawblog18 » Tue May 01, 2018 6:29 pm

sparkytrainer wrote:
bobloblawlawblog18 wrote:
sparkytrainer wrote:Yes, your offer can be rescinded. It happens, but its fairly rare. If your GPA has taken a fairly decent shot downwards then you may affect the schools numbers and get the boot.


Thanks for the quick reply. I was told that it would not affect the law school's numbers if I did not update with LSAC because they go with my GPA on my application. Is that wrong?


But you will have to submit your final transcript at some point. So either you do it when the school asks, or you dont like you are suggesting and certainly get your offer revoked.


That's not what I was suggesting at all, idk how you go that. I meant that the law school would not care because the numbers they publish for admitted students wouldn't be affected.



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