uoft9919 wrote:Desert Fox wrote:uoft9919 wrote:What did successful science UG law students do?
Why can't you write? I was an engineering student and I got A's in my writing courses. The stereotype of the engineer as a poor writer holds, but if you put effort into it you can get an A.
Take business writing.
It's not that I can't write, its that I'm afraid of writing and getting a bad mark. So the reason I posted here was two-fold: 1. to ask what mark in a writing course is a sign that i lack the skills to succeed in law school and in the real word and 2. Does it look bad electing for the credit/ no credit option when doing the writing course. If i take 5 courses including a cr/ncr do the law schools view it 4 courses b/c they assume i didn't work hard in it or something along those lines.
Law schools don't really care about pass no credit, so take one and see how you do.