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I only need to take 15 or so credits total after my junior year in order to graduate. Thus, I was thinking of taking 9 credits and 6 credits or 6 credits and 9 credits in my last two semesters of college. I just want to relax my senior year and not graduate a semester early or take unnecessarily many credits. However, to be a full time student, you need to take a minimum 12 credits per semester at my school. Do law schools care what/how many classes you take your senior year?
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emoney8907 wrote:Do law schools care what/how many classes you take your senior year?
Just a guess, but I would say no, they don't. I would look at this from how the course load would impact your GPA, if at all. Upward trends are your friends.
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