study abroad gpa - Int'l versus US Program

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inthebeginning
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study abroad gpa - Int'l versus US Program

Postby inthebeginning » Fri Dec 30, 2011 5:30 pm

I did study abroad through a US University and will submit that transcript to LSAC (happy about this because I did well), but I also took one course through the London School of Economics, which I received credit for on my Undergraduate transcript, but which was not affiliated with any US program. Since I got a lower grade than my overall GPA from the London program, I'm curious if I must have the LSE send a transcript to LSAC, and if it will be included in my GPA? If you know of a thread for this that you can direct me to that would be helpful.

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Re: study abroad gpa - Int'l versus US Program

Postby cinephile » Sun Jan 01, 2012 11:05 am

If it was a foreign university and you were there for less than a year, then no, you don't need to submit a transcript.




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