Junior Year Last Term Classes

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LSATBuddha
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Junior Year Last Term Classes

Postby LSATBuddha » Sun Feb 13, 2011 11:36 pm

My schedule next term involves "cake" classes ( a music class, intro class, dance class). I am only doing this because I don't require the credits, but need at least 12 credits to keep my aid and scholarship. Hopefully, this won't make finals week hard as well as its during my lsat. I don't want to sacrifice my gpa as I study for LSATs. Is this ok to do? Will it be looked at unfavorably, since it is my last batch of grades before I apply in the fall?

Thanks in advance for your responses, I greatly appreciate them!
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Re: Junior Year Last Term Classes

Postby fatduck » Sun Feb 13, 2011 11:41 pm

no one cares how many credits you take per term

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Re: Junior Year Last Term Classes

Postby StillHerexxx » Sun Feb 13, 2011 11:51 pm

Wont matter I graduated early and took 12 credits the last semester and they were all joke classes. One was an independent study of the nfl. Best class I ever made/took.

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Re: Junior Year Last Term Classes

Postby LSATBuddha » Mon Feb 14, 2011 12:15 am

StillHerexxx wrote:Wont matter I graduated early and took 12 credits the last semester and they were all joke classes. One was an independent study of the nfl. Best class I ever made/took.



haha thats pretty sick...i need to find a teacher who would do that for the nba

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Re: Junior Year Last Term Classes

Postby holdencaulfield » Mon Feb 14, 2011 12:19 am

Conciseness = money

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Re: Junior Year Last Term Classes

Postby LSATBuddha » Mon Feb 14, 2011 12:27 am

holdencaulfield wrote:Conciseness = money



thought a little context was needed...no one said to read it

...but point taken :D

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Re: Junior Year Last Term Classes

Postby holdencaulfield » Mon Feb 14, 2011 12:37 am

LSATBuddha wrote:
holdencaulfield wrote:Conciseness = money



thought a little context was needed...no one said to read it



Sorry. I'm studying appellate procedure and thus grumpy.

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Re: Junior Year Last Term Classes

Postby LSATBuddha » Mon Feb 14, 2011 12:37 am

holdencaulfield wrote:
LSATBuddha wrote:
holdencaulfield wrote:Conciseness = money



thought a little context was needed...no one said to read it



Sorry. I'm studying appellate procedure and thus grumpy.



no problem....you were right lol good luck with the work!

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Re: Junior Year Last Term Classes

Postby Tom Joad » Mon Feb 14, 2011 5:18 am

Buddha, I am doing the same thing. 2nd semester junior studying for the LSAT and everything. 3 300 level classes and 1 intro music class. It doesn't sound too bad, but the 300 level classes are not the hardest ones. I cut my work hours about in half too. It definitely feels nice when other people in my major are struggling to ever find 5 minutes to study for the LSAT when they have tons of homework.




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