I understand that LSAC GPA is only you first bachelor's degree but is there a limit to the number of credits that they count?
I.e. because of transfer credits and changing my major I will have about 140 credits when I am eligible to graduate. What if I put of taking that last class for a semester or two in order to take some easy classes and raise my GPA. Will the LSAC evaluate all 160-180 credits?
More importantly will law schools see this as what it is and ding me for taking easy classes to for the singular purpose of raising my GPA?
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