Community College Class Post-Grad?

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ErgoProxy
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Community College Class Post-Grad?

Postby ErgoProxy » Mon Jan 19, 2015 12:35 pm

Hi everyone,

For context: Graduated last summer, so taking extra classes won't affect my LSAC GPA or anything. Took a good number of courses at my local community college before graduating (mostly Psych, a few legal studies).

Will it matter if I take a math/compsci class at a community college for personal interest, post grad and during my gap year (while working)? If I do, I'll have 2 community colleges listed on my LSAC transcript (in addition to my undergrad), which might be weird.

Please don't quote, and thanks for your help!
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superpatton
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Re: Community College Class Post-Grad?

Postby superpatton » Mon Jan 19, 2015 1:04 pm

I really doubt that law schools will hold something like this against you. You're pursuing additional education in areas that interest you, nothing all that weird about that. If anyone was to ask you about it, which I doubt they would, you could very easily just explain that you wanted to continue learning while preparing to law school. I doubt anyone would think twice about it. Good luck for next year!

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Re: Community College Class Post-Grad?

Postby Rigo » Mon Jan 19, 2015 1:28 pm

Learning for the sake of learning? Who are you?

Enjoy your classes. There certainly won't be any negative repercussions from an admissions standpoint.

ErgoProxy
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Re: Community College Class Post-Grad?

Postby ErgoProxy » Mon Jan 19, 2015 1:35 pm

Thanks for the quick responses guys! Guess I was just needlessly worrying!




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