Buck or anyone;
If you are still out there, how much does a W affect the course and what if you could write an addenedum to explain why you withdrew (passing) and you took it over at a more difficult institution including following classes and aced them both:
My example is:
When I first applied to my undergrad I was rejected for two reasons: I was deficient in foreign Language and lib arts
so I enrolled in a community college and over the summer my results were:
Summer Session I
B in SPANISH 101
A in HUM 250 (LIB ARTS)
SUmmer Session II
W passing with a B grade but given a withdrawn passing mark (W) in SPAN 102 (eye disorder problem)
Then with these grades I applied to the undergrad and was accepted unconditionally @ University level
then I retook and resulted plus followed:
A SPAN 102
A SPAN 201
Would this cancel out the calculation difference according to law schools or LSAC. Provided that I was able to prove I was not deficient in SPAN and in fact the only W I ever received was not my fault and I went above and beyond (started college in summer over full time, while 40+ hours a week and got 4.0 GPA for 2 semesters University Level....
What do you think?