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I'm applying to Law School in the United States, I received my bachelor at an American institution, however, I did transfer from junior college in the foreign country I came from. The LSAC states that if you did less than 1 year of credits, you do not need to send your foreign transcript to them...how many credits are considered less than 1 year?
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it might vary with schools, so check with the school (website usually has it) and see what is considered to be their appropriate number of credits per year.
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If they are asking it that way, it is probably more a matter of how long did you take classes (a year or less) rather than number of credits, but I think most degrees are 120-128 credits or close to it, so that would be 30-32 a year, 15-16 a semester.
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