LSAC and repeating seminars

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LSAC and repeating seminars

Postby JesusChrist » Fri Oct 28, 2011 4:37 pm

So my school has various seminars - classes with about 10 people where you write ~20 pages of a research paper. Because of how nuanced and specific these classes are, and how much they vary from quarter to quarter, the school allows you to retake the seminars multiple times for credit.

When looking at your transcript to convert your GPA, will LSAC recognize this? I'm afraid that LSAC will see my transcript, see that I took HIS 102K twice and assume that they are retakes and not calculate it correctly?

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