Do Colleges Deny Admission because of..

<p>1) Would a college deny a student admission if he had withdrawn from a few courses and received a "W" grade? </p>

<p>2) Also, you know how some colleges require at least "C" for all attempted college coursework for transfer students? What if you withdrew unofficially, and got a "WU" grade, which is basically treated as a F for your GPA, but you retook the course and got a "A"? Would the college deny you, or would they not look at it as below a "C", since you technically "Withdrew Unofficially", and/or retook the course and got a "A"?</p>

<p>well in regards to #1, I have a close friend of mine that during Junior year went though a very difficult time in her life and ended up, I guess withdrawing from the classes, they’re not on her transcript anymore though, because she didn’t make it until the first quarter was over. It was sort of like she dropped out and returned the following semester after she had her personal problems sorted out. She got into UNC Chapel Hill, and along with her applications everywhere she had to write an essay/letter explaining why she had the leave of absence.</p>

<p>That may or may not be what you were looking for, but I thought it was at least similar</p>

<p>I’m in a similar situation and from what I understand the key is to explain </p>

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