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avacado111 wrote:So, I graduated last year, and I was interested in taking a pottery class at a community college (just for fun)... the class is graded. Do I have to notify anyone of this (LSAC) or the school that I will be attending next year?
Yes. All college courses taken through an institution must be submitted to LSAC. If you will be accepted to a law school by the time the course is completed, you may just send it directly to your institution (not 100% if you still just send it to LSAC).
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itsfine wrote:im pretty sure the only grades that pertain to your lsac gpa are the ones you took BEFORE you graduated college....so anything you take after that will not change ur gpa...and i dont see why they would care about it then....but it doesnt hurt to tell them
I thought it was any undergraduate coursework? That's how most of the applications phrase it. Could be wrong.
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