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Do law schools look at candidates differently if they have a BLS (Bachelor of Liberal Studies) or a BIS (Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies) vs a traditional BS or BA?
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They look at it WAY differently. I've heard that some schools don't even consider it a real degree....sort of like Circus College or something.
Kidding. I just felt bad that no one had responded yet.
Phew! Good. At my school the BLS is a BS minus the second year of foreign language and the phys-ed requirement. I really don't want to take more Spanish b/c I got a C in it (took spanish 101 in 2002 got an A, took spanish 102 in 2005 got a C. Big break between foreign language classes= bad idea). If I really HAD to I would. But it looks like I don't have to. I'm trusting you on this one Bsat.
If it doesn't, you'd better agree to break your family only rule and start managing my money. After all thanks to your advice I didn't get into law school so my earning potential will be severely handicapped.
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