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So the general notion of law school admission is that it's all about the high GPA and LSAT. I understand that which major you choose plays little to no role in admission, but what about elective courses? If I decide to take an elementary language course for a semester, or a beginner music course, or some random intro course, and not continue to pursue these studies into further semesters, is it frowned upon or is it irrelevant in law school admission as long as I get A's?
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