TWO BACHELORS?

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psach44
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TWO BACHELORS?

Postby psach44 » Thu Aug 25, 2011 10:07 am

what happens if one graduates from two different institutions. i have a BA in psych (3.5 gpa) and a BA in Talmudic Law (4.0 gpa). how can i indicate this to the law schools? on the lsac service it only allows for a single degree to be entered. help please, thanks!

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cinephile
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Re: TWO BACHELORS?

Postby cinephile » Thu Aug 25, 2011 11:15 am

The first one counts as your undergrad institution, and this is the only GPA that matters. On LSAC, I believe they explain the second one can be listed under grad institution attended.

ETA: Hopefully the 4.0 was the first degree granted.




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