I just couldn't handle one of my classes because of work, so I had to drop the class after the drop dead-line. I'm in Junior college by the way; willit affect my chances of transferring to a 4-year institution?
It isn't bad unless you have a lot of them. Schools understand that sometimes stuff happens and you need to withdraw. About 5 kids including me had towithdraw from this class I was in because the professor was so horrible.
nothing to trip about. i've had 4 drops through undergrad and still got into a few legit law schools. from what i've heard if your grades are good thenmost schools won't give much concern to your drops.
my friend just got his B.A. attending SDSU and SJSU and said colleges don't even look at W's don't even worry about it man. I had W's up theWazoo but I had a 3.3 last quarter and my gpa is a 3.0 I like to have my gpa in good shape so if a class is jeopardizing it. I withdraw.
it doesn't matter. generally, your past performance wont hinder your chances to transfer if you meet the institution minimums; however if your major ofchoice is one that is a limited enrollment at the school you might run into some roadblocks with too many w's. i had 2 years worth of W's and F'sat my cc then finished strong w/ 62 creds of 4.0 and was accepted to every 4-year institution i had applied for (ucla, uci, umd, uva, etc). good luck and takethe right amount of classes for yourself so you don't get overloaded.