In my university registration system, I found this statement and I am concerned if it's a correct statement.

Your schedule is final when there is without WL courses.

I think it's not correct because of this portion of sentence there is without x something. The helping verb is should be are I thing for courses.

Also, check my correction:

Your schedule is final when there are no WL courses.

What do you think now?


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