slacker wrote:Not applying until next year but question:
Went to community college for two years, and now at a university. Also took one class in high school through another university for college credit. That latter would be nowhere on the resume, correct? Just list GPA from the first two and then the crappy grade from high school shown on LSAC evaluation, right? Should the LSAC GPA be listed anywhere? It will be different/lower.
Right, I went to community college for two years, transferred, and took three courses at a different University (via an Institute) during one summer - I'm putting all three on my resume, with their distinctive GPA's next to each. I'm also including my "cumulative" GPA for all three combined. On my resume, I plan on just inserting my "cumulative" GPA that my degree granting institution calculated (not LSAC) - there is just a 0.2 difference between the two, so it doesn't matter much.
I wouldn't list the one class you took in high school through another university.
If you do put the LSAC GPA on your resume, be sure to put "LSAC GPA: xx"