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Happy Gilmore
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Re: Two bachelor degrees

Postby Happy Gilmore » Thu Jul 11, 2013 6:29 pm

All the classes you took prior to your bachelors degree will be factored into your LSAC GPA, So I don't think you have the option.

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Re: Two bachelor degrees

Postby t-14orbust » Thu Jul 11, 2013 6:37 pm

Yes, hold off on graduating with the history degree as long as possible while you rake in the A's. They won't necessarily consider the business degree itself, but they will consider all the business classes you take prior to acquiring the History degree. A+'s are worth 4.33 btw

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Re: Two bachelor degrees

Postby Lavitz » Thu Jul 11, 2013 6:41 pm

t-14orbust wrote:Yes, hold off on graduating with the history degree as long as possible while you rake in the A's. They won't necessarily consider the business degree itself, but they will consider all the business classes you take prior to acquiring the History degree. A+'s are worth 4.33 btw

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My understanding of it is that all classes taken prior to receiving your first bachelor's will be included. Once your first degree is awarded, then no more classes will be factored into your GPA.

So while the business classes you've already taken will be factored into your GPA, you should still hold off on graduating so that you can raise your GPA as much as possible before you graduate and your GPA is set in stone.

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