gutrot Posted September 7, 2012 Share Posted September 7, 2012 My University has a rather short add/drop period for classes, and I am currently enrolled in a high-level history seminar that I am looking to withdraw from. The reason for doing so is that I learned my thesis advisor will be teaching one next semester that is pertinent to my thesis topic and will greatly aid the writing process. Additionally, I could take a different class to catch up on credits for my double major. My grade is fine in the course, but it will still appear as a W in a class required for one of my two majors. Will this have any bearing on admissions for top International Relations graduate programs? Should I stay put or withdraw? I feel as though my explanation for withdrawing is more than reasonable if given the chance to articulate it. Any advice is appreciated. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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