I go to McGeorge, and here a class will take up an entire year.
Therefore, I do not get a grade for any of my classes until the end of next semester. However, I heard that some schools will divide a class into two courses (i.e. instead of having Civil Procedure, you have Civil Procedure I and Civil Procedure II).
How do most law schools operate? I only ask because I am considering a transfer.
As of right now, I go to Pacific McGeorge, which in itself is a decent law school. However, Buffalo sent me an interesting letter pretty recently.
It said that although they could not accept me off the waitlist (I was previously waitlisted) they said that if I make it in the top half of my class after my first year grades I should re-apply to transfer.
Is this serious? Or is this a fairly common thing to get once you are waitlisted. Thanks in advanced.