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I'll be applying as a transfer for the fall to the joint-degree Barnard/JTS program. I'm wondering how bad do you think two withdrawals in one semester would look? I withdrew from about three classes in high school (only one per semester, though), graduated with a 2.3, went to a college and failed out, THEN went to community college, and now have a 3.7. I withdrew from about two or three classes while at community college because they were online courses and I hate online courses, but this semester I've withdrawn from an online course and now I want to withdraw from a certain math course that I don't need for my degree. I will still be full-time, and I could probably prove that I'm still doing extracurricular things this semester, and not just slacking.
Anyway, what do you think? Do you think admissions could look past two withdrawals this semester? (And should I re-take the course next spring even though I don't need it?)
(Don't ask why I need to withdraw...it's because I hate the classroom.)