FantasticMrFox wrote:I'd personally do it because that 3.2 in a major that really isn't that great is ugly I have friends who delayed graduation to boost their GPA and complete another major that was more useful.
If you can boost your GPA above a 3.0 it's worth it. It will be obvious, but the schools won't care because all that matters to them is your LSAC GPA.
Interesting. Wont they realize that all of the extra classes are non-major electives? And my community college GPA was around the same, so my LSAC gpa will be weighed down by that anyway. So if I'm taking extra, non-major classes, and all of them will be put into the same LSAC blender, shouldnt I at least graduate the UC to avoid paying extra for those classes?