do schools care about withdrawls?
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See if you can get the school to remove the D.
You will almost undoubtedly get into the majority of top-tier schools outside of the so-called T14. If you actually get the 3.3 or 3.4, you will also likely get into one or more of the T14 if you are geographically flexible. The most splitter-friendly T14 schools are Northwestern and GULC, with Michigan also showing some grace on occasion. Other splitter-friendly schools in the top 30 or so include Indiana-Bloomington, Hastings, WUSTL, and Minnesota, where you might get nice scholarships. Check out lawschoolnumbers.com if you haven't yet. Good luck!
would it be possible to get into ucla or berkley? and what about georgetown, duke, or cornell?
what does gulc adn wustl stand for?
thanks so much for your help
hi everyone, i have recently decided that i am interested in attending law school. my first two years at college are nothing to brag about, but i will finish up with a 3.3 maybe a 3.4 ( i have a D in chem : ( ) and i got a 171 on my lsat. is it out of reach for me to even consider going to a tier one school? mostly im just worried about my first two years at college and now my final gpa being a bit low.
thanks for any advice
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