<p>does anyone know if it's true that withdrawals count as F's when factored into the LSDAS.</p>
<p>If so, would anyone know if they consider different types of withdrawals such as medical withdrawals?</p>
<p>for that matter, does the LSDAS have a process of appeal if you take issue with your calculated grade?</p>
<p>If all withdrawals count as F's then I have just inadvertently messed up big as law school admissions. I applied to transfer to depaul but never ended up leaving my original school. as such i never sent in deposits or student response forms and obviously never went to any orientations. However once the semester started i start getting emails from professors at depaul. it turned out i had registered for two classes accidently, despite the fact that i never enrolled. I have no idea how this can be allowed to happen but it did, and the school withdrew me administratively and now i have a transcript with W's on it.......
so i'm really hoping administrative withdrawals are viewed differently than other withdrawals, but it's possible they are not.........</p>