Is there anyone that applied that had more than 10 W's?

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lawschoolwondering
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Is there anyone that applied that had more than 10 W's?

Postby lawschoolwondering » Thu Apr 25, 2013 6:35 pm

I was just wondering is there anyone that applied this cycle that had more than 10 W's on their transcript? Did the W's alone effect your cycle?

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Re: Is there anyone that applied that had more than 10 W's?

Postby tomwatts » Fri Apr 26, 2013 12:31 am

More than 10 W's is pretty good in a football season.

I had to Google this; you mean more than 10 withdrawals? That situation is so unusual that you have to write an addendum and it really matters what the reason was. Someone who had a comparable number but for a different reason is going to get a very different reaction from schools.

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Re: Is there anyone that applied that had more than 10 W's?

Postby Br3v » Fri Apr 26, 2013 12:33 am

lawschoolwondering wrote:I was just wondering is there anyone that applied this cycle that had more than 10 W's on their transcript? Did the W's alone effect your cycle?


I doubt it will matter but what the heck were you doing? That is a year worth of school that people will assume (fair or not) that you side stepped as to not fail.




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