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cherylann

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How does LSAC handle course withdrawals such as these?
« on: February 18, 2012, 12:19:17 PM »
I am getting ready to apply to law school with a fairly decent gpa. However, I have a number of course withdrawals which I will address in an addendum. The withdrawals are medical withdrawals which are from a situation beyond my control. I am worried about how LSAC is going to handle these withdrawals. Clearly, these are not punitive Withdrawals since they had no effect on my gpa, but the transcript lists attempted hours for the withdrawals on on the LSAC website they say, Failure is defined as credit attempted but not earned. Has anyone been in this situation where the transcript lists attempted hours for your W's? If so, did LSAT count these as F's? Please help me. I cant get an answer. I called LSAC and they couldnt answer my question. My undergraduate institution is Kent State University.