Graduating early

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Graduating early

Postby tpottebaum » Wed Apr 14, 2010 6:19 pm

Hey everyone,

My undergrad university is on the quarter system, and I am planning to graduate 2 quarters early (so after fall quarter of my senior year).

How should this influence my plans for law school? I was planning on just applying for the year after my senior year, and then working / interning / volunteering during the time between between graduation and starting law school....but would this hurt my chance at admission into top law schools? I am a second quarter junior (credit wise) right now, and I have a GPA of 3.956.


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Re: Graduating early

Postby luhrenzo » Wed Apr 14, 2010 6:22 pm

it shouldn't have any bearing on your admissions. realistically you want to have your apps sent out before new years your sr yr so you will have only just graduated any way. i suggest traveling or getting a job and save up some scratch before you head to law school.

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