do schools care about withdrawls?
See if you can get the school to remove the D.
Even if the school "removes" the D through a program like "Academic Renewal", LSAC will still report it as a D. No way to get rid of it for LSAC.
Yes, but a D, in the right light, looks almost like a B.
do you guys mean getting my undergrad school to remove my D?
This is wrong.
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!