College classes in high school

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illyria
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College classes in high school

Postby illyria » Wed Aug 28, 2013 3:07 pm

Hello, I am a rising senior and is applying to law schools this cycle.

I took classes at the local 4-year college during my junior and senior years in high school through a dual enrollment program (I did not take any classes at my high school during this period).
Since this was a significant experience with college-level work, I was wondering if I should put this in my resume under my undergrad institution.

Also, should I explain this situation in the addendum? I am not sure if this dual enrollment thing is common - I'm worried that admission officers will think that I started at this local college and then transferred to my actual undergrad institution.

Thanks in advance!

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dr123
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Re: College classes in high school

Postby dr123 » Wed Aug 28, 2013 3:10 pm

No reason to put anything other than degree granting institution on your resume.




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