undergraduate, failed math course

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econmajor
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undergraduate, failed math course

Postby econmajor » Tue Dec 28, 2010 12:13 am

Hi, I was aiming for top law school (t14).

I'm in the first year at Canadian university and have failed math course.

how will this affect the admission ? If I'm able to get abover 3.6, will that F matter later on ??

I know this is kinda stupid question, but I'm very shocked and cannot sleep.

someone please help me out ! thanks !

jblev1
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Re: undergraduate, failed math course

Postby jblev1 » Tue Dec 28, 2010 12:15 am

econmajor wrote:Hi, I was aiming for top law school (t14).

I'm in the first year at Canadian university and have failed math course.

how will this affect the admission ? If I'm able to get abover 3.6, will that F matter later on ??

I know this is kinda stupid question, but I'm very shocked and cannot sleep.

someone please help me out ! thanks !


If you can avoid retaking hard classes like that you will be better off. They won't care, they look at overall gpa, and they count all classes taken, even audits and retakes, so don't go thinking you can erase an old score, LSDAS counts every class. Keep your grades high and you should be fine. 3.8 goal

econmajor
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Re: undergraduate, failed math course

Postby econmajor » Tue Dec 28, 2010 12:22 am

jblev1/ thank you very much. I'm majoring in econ, but I took some hard math courses inorder to challenge myself. I should just take easy courses and get high gpa.


anyone else ??




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