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Shawh wrote:My school runs on a quarter system. I will be graduating a quarter early, so my senior year runs from spring quarter 2011 to winter quarter 2012 (will be applying mid-autumn quarter 2012, i.e. November 2012). I have 5 credits left in my major after this quarter, so the final 50 credits will be electives. For the most part, I think I'll continue to take one philosophy class a quarter (my major), but does it matter for schools like YHSCCN if I also mix it with one or two easier/fun classes until graduation? If it does matter, when does it stop mattering?
I know some other threads have asked questions like this about their last quarter/semester at college, but since this is for a longer period of time, I just wanted to make sure.
Irrelevant. The information that has been given on the other threads you speak of is generally universal. Take the easiest classes and do something that you enjoy. Law schools could care less what your major is, they just want that high GPA.