How would law school view this?

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How would law school view this?

Postby elcamino » Mon Sep 13, 2010 7:42 pm

I'm currently in my 9th semester at my home university in the U.S. I'm planning to study abroad next semester in Korea and return next year summer to my home university to take 1 last class and get my diploma. I would have a total of 161 units by the time I graduate and would have done this in a span of 5 years. Would this be viewed negatively by law schools because I've taken so long to graduate?

I mean, I could just choose to graduate this semester (in 9 semesters) but I want to study in Korea so I'm just delaying my graduation...


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Re: How would law school view this?

Postby bk1 » Mon Sep 13, 2010 7:43 pm

Law schools don't care if it takes you 50 years to graduate.

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