Undergraduate transfer...law school chances hurt?

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Undergraduate transfer...law school chances hurt?

Postby Anonymous User » Fri Dec 19, 2014 12:38 am

After high school I opted to attend my local CC instead of a University because of money issues. I am currently a Junior in terms of credits earned, but this is only my second year of undergrad, so I am still at the CC. AP tests in high school really helped me out and put me on track to graduate in three years. I took the October LSAT and I scored a 174. As of now, I have a 3.91 GPA and I feel good about law school, but I can not help but constantly worry. I am currently doing cross enrollment, so I am taking upper division classes at a four year, but when I think about it, I will only be at the four year university for a year. Will law schools care about this? Will going to a CC hurt my chances of getting into a great law school? Of course I plan on explaining my reason behind going to a community college instead of a four year when I apply. But is it enough?

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Re: Undergraduate transfer...law school chances hurt?

Postby A. Nony Mouse » Fri Dec 19, 2014 12:42 am

This forum is actually for students who want to transfer law schools after they've been admitted. You probably want to ask this question in the Law School Admissions forum. I'm not going to move this over there because anonymous posting isn't allowed in that forum. But feel free to start a new thread to address the topic.

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