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Acceptances, Denials, and Waitlists / Michigan State LEO program HELP!
« on: March 02, 2012, 08:15:35 AM »
Hi guys, I really need some insight because after scouring the internet there seems to be no reviews of this program. I just got accepted and have no idea what to take of it. It's a big step in my decision because as I would love to go to Michigan State Law School, the program is a summer program that requires I pay $1,350 and begins on 5/13 and ends 6/22. This means I have to pay my primary deposits to other schools in order to maintain a seat in case i don't get accepted into Michigan State after the summer program or put all my eggs in a basket that is Michigan State. I just want to know how to handle a situation like this and if anyone has any reviews on this program, its acceptance rate, and any other advice. Kind of freaking out! I have to pay the money by 3/19/12

So is my addendum the appropriate length? How would i go about creating this grade breakdown? I didn't get anything from your post.

I don't know if this is where i post my addendum but my situation is that i went to a high school call High School for Math, Science, and Engineering @ City College where they granted me 27 credits without having to take Advanced Placement. Pretty much that counted in the Academic summary report and brought my GPA down slightly. Anyways, thank you for your input and sorry if this is the wrong place to put this:

Addendum - Academic Summary Report/Transcript

On my transcript, 27 credits labeled “CUNY - City College” were granted concurrently with core high school classes mandatory for my high school diploma. Because my public high school was in conjunction with CUNY City College, the college granted credits for classes without Advanced Placement exams. No advanced notice though was provided on which mandatory classes would grant college credits. I was unaware that I had even accumulated 27 credits until I checked my unofficial transcript during freshman year of college. As such, the compiled GPA from LSDAS is based on an eight-year period spanning from freshman year of high school and is not indicative of my college career.
Instead, I wish to draw the admission committee’s attention to my recommendations and my upward trend in GPA ending my senior year on the Dean’s list. I am confident that my recommendations and the positive tendency in my GPA affirm my maturity and my true potential to be a successful law student.

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