Anonymous User wrote:Can somebody give me some advice on this.
I recently graduated law school (and am unemployed) and my school allows one retroactive pass-fail option which I haven't used. I could use it on my lowest grade during my last semester (which was a B) and that would inflate my overall cumulative GPA a tiny bit (3.279ish to 3.294).
Is it worth it to do this? I'm guessing no. Because employers will probably be able to tell the grade was retroactively changed and will maybe assume the grade was worse than it was. And the bump in GPA is negligible. But then again, 3.29 is a lot closer to 3.3 than 3.279.
But I have to decide soon so please somebody give me some advice since the school itself is worthless when it comes to giving advice about this.
I would definitely do it.
Can I ask which school? I wish mind did because that would make a huge difference for me. I got a B my last semester that really dragged me down.