<p>I'm taking a core class called Energy and Environment. It turned out to be not as easy as I thought. I'm currently getting a C in it. There are two tests (each worth 20%) and I already took the first. And there is a comprehensive final that counts for 30% and a project that counts for 15%. I haven't done that well on the quizes (my average quiz score so far is 5 or 6 out of 10). It's really hard to do well on the quizes because my prof always asks for the smallest details. </p>
<p>I neither like the class nor the professor very much. Although I'm not failing, I'm thinking about dropping the class. If I try really hard, I might be able to raise my grade to a B- or even a B, although it would be very difficult because his quizzes and tests are very hard. </p>
<p>So even though there's 65% of the grade that is yet to be determined, so you think should I withdraw or stick it out?</p>
<p>I might get a few Bs in my other classes, so I"m worried about my gpa. I've already gotten a C last semester from calculus. I also already have one w. So would two w's hurt my chances at law school?
Do law schools automatically assume you were failing if they see a w? I'm not failing, just that it's really hard to even get a b in the class. My gpa as of now is 3.755. To protect my gpa, I've seriously contemplating withdrawing, but I'm scared how law schools will see an additional w on my transcript and that they'll assume I"m failing (which I"m not). Any advice???</p>