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George

What I'd like to see is advice to students who do badly after their first year, but not bad enough to merit probation or expulsion.

When I graduated, I received a letter from my school explaining that because my first year grades were so poor, there was a 90+% chance I would fail the bar. Now that's handy information I could have used at the end of my first year, not the last. So why wait?

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