I was in a master’s program. I completed one year completed, but got expelled due to my GPA dropping below what was needed. I was put on probation and was given one semester to pull up my average by getting an A in all three classes I was taking, but I only got an A in two of them.

I have the option to apply for re-admittance and will do so, but just in case I want to apply to other programs, perhaps as a transfer. If needed, I’d apply fresh and start over.

In my new applications, should I explain my situation (life changes, job loss), or would it be better to not dwell too much on it?

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    Generally if you are willing to pay for your degree it is exceedingly possible to find a school willing to accept your money. – DBB Jan 17 '18 at 7:41
  • Vote to close as "unclear what you're asking". Please respond to @Nat's comment. You completed one year. What was your GPA of your first semester? – scaaahu Jan 17 '18 at 8:53
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    @Nat - I think I understood what OP was asking and have edited the question to make it clearer. Also, I tried to focus the question. – aparente001 Jan 17 '18 at 10:49

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