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Applying to Law School => Law School Admissions => Topic started by: jeffrey on May 06, 2007, 12:29:35 AM

Title: dual-enrollment nightmare
Post by: jeffrey on May 06, 2007, 12:29:35 AM
 Dual-Enrollment Nightmare

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Hi yall. I am a dual-enrollment student who is so disatisfied that I am actually thinking about not sending those grades to fsu. I plan to attend law school-extremely competitive and I have performed so badly that -2.5- that not even if the impossible were to happen and most of my grades were A's would i reach the goal which i intially had.

Should I start over and loose 24 credt hours-nearly $8000?
or
Should I just keep those grades and demonstrate an upward trend once I've left the H.S enviorment.
Psych-D
Sociology-c
West Civ-C
Trig-D
Col.Algb-B
Macro-Eco
Am.Gov-A
HUM-B-worst case scene scenario but 90% sure of an A
Title: Re: dual-enrollment nightmare
Post by: Lampshade Punk on May 06, 2007, 07:32:58 PM
HAH!!! don't say we didn't warn you!
Title: Re: dual-enrollment nightmare
Post by: Captain on May 15, 2007, 06:22:15 AM
Dual-Enrollment Nightmare

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Hi yall. I am a dual-enrollment student who is so disatisfied that I am actually thinking about not sending those grades to fsu. I plan to attend law school-extremely competitive and I have performed so badly that -2.5- that not even if the impossible were to happen and most of my grades were A's would i reach the goal which i intially had.

Should I start over and loose 24 credt hours-nearly $8000?
or
Should I just keep those grades and demonstrate an upward trend once I've left the H.S enviorment.
Psych-D
Sociology-c
West Civ-C
Trig-D
Col.Algb-B
Macro-Eco
Am.Gov-A
HUM-B-worst case scene scenario but 90% sure of an A

You got a D in psych?

I call troll...