Hey all, I'm a junior undergrad taking a niche class taught by the former dean of my undergrad's T14 law school. I'm the only undergrad in the class; the rest are law students from every year. The class is offered through the law school. The Professor gave me permission to take the class b/c it deals with the field I've been working in/want to work in, and I had to submit a form to the law school registrar.
I remembered that dual enrollment classes at community colleges during high school affect LSAC GPAs. If I go to law school, will this similarly affect my law school GPA? I'd appreciate any help!
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No. Only classes taken for law school credit can impact your law school GPA.