LastLSATLastLSAT Alum Member
edited February 2018 in General 1028 karma



  • 1000001910000019 Alum Member
    3279 karma

    I guess it depends on the schools you want to apply to, but with a 3.95+ I wouldn't bother writing an addendum.

  • LastLSATLastLSAT Alum Member
    edited February 2018 1028 karma


  • LindsMitchLindsMitch Alum Member
    589 karma

    While I don't think it's necessary, I don't think it would at all hurt your application to include a short and sweet explanation of the circumstances. Obviously your GPA is great and you fulfilled the requirements of your degree, so it's not like you were withdrawing from essential courses. Not including an addendum would probably be fine but I know I'd probably stress over whether Admission Committees were confused by the W's, especially since they were concentrated to one academic year. If I had 3 or more in a year, I'd probably write one but obviously up to you :)

    Don't think it's necessary at all to explain the gap in employment, seems very common just out of college.

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