Kacie (klynette) wrote in thequestionclub,

I'm transferring back to my previous university. I want to drop (or withdraw? idc) the majority of my classes so I can work more to save up for next semester since previous school is more expensive... I actually don't even need these classes at my previous school so I'm not concerned with my record here and I'm doing poorly anyway.

I e-mailed my advisor and told her I wanted to drop my classes and I'd be withdrawing next term and she told me that I couldn't drop them without extenuating, documented circumstances that were approved by the dean and that she wants to meet with me.

Should I just be honest with her? If she doesn't let me drop I'll probably just fail everything instead because idgaf. And why the hell can't I drop classes that I paid for anyway?
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