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Re: Transfer Application Character and Fitness Questions.

Postby A. Nony Mouse » Fri Mar 24, 2017 9:27 pm

"have you ever...been placed on probation...for academic reasons" means in the past. It doesn't matter that you're in good standing now. You were dismissed and then placed on probation. Yes, you have to disclose that.

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Re: Transfer Application Character and Fitness Questions.

Postby RaceJudicata » Fri Mar 24, 2017 9:30 pm

Answer yes for both questions. Not sure how you could possibly convince someone that the answer to either question is "no" based on the info provided.

ETA: you might have too many credits to transfer. If you have gotten 3 semesters worth of credit, you are probably over the maximum. Forget the number off top of my head.

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Re: Transfer Application Character and Fitness Questions.

Postby jader06 » Sat Mar 25, 2017 2:02 am

30 units is the cap.

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Re: Transfer Application Character and Fitness Questions.

Postby RaceJudicata » Sat Mar 25, 2017 6:59 am

jader06 wrote:30 units is the cap.


Thanks, jader. So OP, if you have more than this, you can't transfer -- regardless of the issues discussed. That said, you should start preparing yourself on how to answer this question honestly. You will absolutely have to answer this question during the C&F process and must do so honestly.

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Re: Transfer Application Character and Fitness Questions.

Postby A. Nony Mouse » Sat Mar 25, 2017 7:41 am

I think if you have too many credits you may still be able to transfer, they just won't all count. But you will have to check.

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Re: Transfer Application Character and Fitness Questions.

Postby lymenheimer » Sat Mar 25, 2017 8:46 am

Does your inability to comprehend this application question or your confused grasp of some english language concepts have something to do with why you were academically dismissed/probated? If so, you might consider rethinking the law school thing. (Based on my assumptions about the school you are currently attending, your current gpa, the schools that may accept you on the east coast, and your resultant outcomes/likelihood of being a lawyer). Just something to consider.

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Re: Transfer Application Character and Fitness Questions.

Postby ausimpv » Sat Mar 25, 2017 2:33 pm

lymenheimer wrote:Does your inability to comprehend this application question or your confused grasp of some english language concepts have something to do with why you were academically dismissed/probated? If so, you might consider rethinking the law school thing. (Based on my assumptions about the school you are currently attending, your current gpa, the schools that may accept you on the east coast, and your resultant outcomes/likelihood of being a lawyer). Just something to consider.


Oh cmon. First of all, they seem to be a foreign student. Secondly, you seem to get some joy out of being unnecessarily rude to people on this forum (and have been called out for it several times already). I can only imagine what you're like in real life and what your colleagues think of you.

OP to answer your question: Yes. You have to report it.

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Re: Transfer Application Character and Fitness Questions.

Postby RaceJudicata » Sat Mar 25, 2017 2:39 pm

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Re: Transfer Application Character and Fitness Questions.

Postby lymenheimer » Sat Mar 25, 2017 3:21 pm

ausimpv wrote:
lymenheimer wrote:Does your inability to comprehend this application question or your confused grasp of some english language concepts have something to do with why you were academically dismissed/probated? If so, you might consider rethinking the law school thing. (Based on my assumptions about the school you are currently attending, your current gpa, the schools that may accept you on the east coast, and your resultant outcomes/likelihood of being a lawyer). Just something to consider.


Oh cmon. First of all, they seem to be a foreign student. Secondly, you seem to get some joy out of being unnecessarily rude to people on this forum (and have been called out for it several times already). I can only imagine what you're like in real life and what your colleagues think of you.

OP to answer your question: Yes. You have to report it.

if you dont like my post you can report it. But being a foreign student doesnt give you a pass in a court or in employment. And suggesting op evaluate the possibility that he might end up not being a lawyer after spending 2 more years worth of tuition is not rude.

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Re: Transfer Application Character and Fitness Questions.

Postby ausimpv » Sat Mar 25, 2017 3:53 pm

lymenheimer wrote:
ausimpv wrote:
lymenheimer wrote:Does your inability to comprehend this application question or your confused grasp of some english language concepts have something to do with why you were academically dismissed/probated? If so, you might consider rethinking the law school thing. (Based on my assumptions about the school you are currently attending, your current gpa, the schools that may accept you on the east coast, and your resultant outcomes/likelihood of being a lawyer). Just something to consider.


Oh cmon. First of all, they seem to be a foreign student. Secondly, you seem to get some joy out of being unnecessarily rude to people on this forum (and have been called out for it several times already). I can only imagine what you're like in real life and what your colleagues think of you.

OP to answer your question: Yes. You have to report it.

if you dont like my post you can report it. But being a foreign student doesnt give you a pass in a court or in employment. And suggesting op evaluate the possibility that he might end up not being a lawyer after spending 2 more years worth of tuition is not rude.


But the thing is, no one ever said it did give him a pass. Clearly everyone else here was able to let him know that yes he needs to report it in a mature and helpful manner. Your attempt at a sarcastic and rude comment, as you do quite often on this forum, was not a suggestion. If you want to give constructive advice, give it. But try not to be condescending as hell every chance you get it, it's showing.

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Re: Transfer Application Character and Fitness Questions.

Postby lymenheimer » Sat Mar 25, 2017 4:04 pm

ausimpv wrote:
lymenheimer wrote:
ausimpv wrote:
lymenheimer wrote:Does your inability to comprehend this application question or your confused grasp of some english language concepts have something to do with why you were academically dismissed/probated? If so, you might consider rethinking the law school thing. (Based on my assumptions about the school you are currently attending, your current gpa, the schools that may accept you on the east coast, and your resultant outcomes/likelihood of being a lawyer). Just something to consider.


Oh cmon. First of all, they seem to be a foreign student. Secondly, you seem to get some joy out of being unnecessarily rude to people on this forum (and have been called out for it several times already). I can only imagine what you're like in real life and what your colleagues think of you.

OP to answer your question: Yes. You have to report it.

if you dont like my post you can report it. But being a foreign student doesnt give you a pass in a court or in employment. And suggesting op evaluate the possibility that he might end up not being a lawyer after spending 2 more years worth of tuition is not rude.


But the thing is, no one ever said it did give him a pass. Clearly everyone else here was able to let him know that yes he needs to report it in a mature and helpful manner. Your attempt at a sarcastic and rude comment, as you do quite often on this forum, was not a suggestion. If you want to give constructive advice, give it. But try not to be condescending as hell every chance you get it, it's showing.


you got me. I'm so ashamed.



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