« on: February 23, 2012, 07:59:23 PM »
I am a computer science major at Top 30 US News. I am aiming for T14 and my LSAT has been okay. (around mid 160's and plan to take it in June)
My GPA is currently 3.75, which is pretty good as an engineer at my school. I think it's pretty competitive at T14 if I get around 170 on the actual LSAT. Well, some Ivy law schools came to our school and they said that I would be a competitive candidate.
The thing is that I have three withdrawals from my freshman and sophomore year.
The first one - I changed my major and I didn't need it
The second one - The school changed the professor in the class which I took only for the professor.
The third one - The professor stopped coming to class (seriously) and we had a sub like every day. I had no idea what grade I was getting so I dropped it because I was scared.
Also in my senior year, I pass/failed two classes.
Music and ASL (American Sign Language) - Not relevant to my major or anything. I didn't need them, but I took them because I wanted to take classes I was interested in. (My last year at college. I didn't want to have regret.) They turned out to be harder than I expected because I am no professional at either.
Do these withdrawals and P/F's affect my chances at T14?