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I had three horrible semesters which resulted in six Fs on my transcript in the early nineties. While attending the University of Texas in 1993, my wife gave birth to Dustin, who was terminally ill. The University granted me two incompletes for the semester, and I was unable to finish the coursework. A year later, I attended Southwest Texas with the hopes of continuing my education. Unfortunately, I could not dedicate the time to college because I had to pay forty-five thousand dollars for Dustinís medical bills.
In the fall of 2002, I was financially able to return to school. I completed an Academic Freshstart whereby all of my previous grades were wiped off my record (Freshstart is a law in Texas that allows students to remove grades from their records). Within five semesters I completed 120 consecutive hours with straight As. This included a 36-hour summer semester and a 33-hour fall semester. Despite this course load I continued working full-time. My upper division GPA is a 4.0, and I have raised my cumulative GPA to a 3.2.
I believe the grades from my recent coursework and my LSAT score are a better reflection of my capabilities to succeed in law school than grades I received more than a decade ago.