delusional wrote:I can't speak for a lot of people, but I don't see why it wouldn't make sense to calculate what it would do for you. Because yes, once you graduate, your GPA is set in stone forever.
I dont have the extra 12,000 or so to drop on another year of UCI, I would have to do community college. How would it look if I postpone my graduation but dont actually take any UCI classes?
blehGPAgoodLSAT wrote:I would check with UCI's policies on this. My undergrad required we take the last 30 units before graduation directly from our university so we can't inflate our GPAs but if UCI allows this, I would take advantage of it. I'm fairly sure that when you graduate, your undergrad GPA is locked in.
I'm assuming he is referring to my LSAC gpa, which would include all the classes I ever took at undergraduate institutions.