I took some math classes at a community college a few years ago (it was to brush up before I took math at my university), but they were not college level. They were "elementary algebra", and "intermediate algebra"...both are remedial courses and don't give college credit. I recieved C's in both classes though (wasn't even thinking about law school...
). Since I was just there to brush up on a few things, I really didn't take the classes too seriously. Will LSDAS calculate these grades?? If they do....can I go back to my community college and take some other non-college credit classes? If these classes count, couldn't I just go back to the CC and take a bunch of bs courses?? (i havent graduated yet)
For example: Computer Information Systems 50: Introduction to the Internet
This hands-on course on the Internet provides information and experience navigating and using the resources of the Internet. This course covers exchanging mail, advanced search techniques, and downloading files and programs. Students will learn about the development of the Internet, proper etiquette (Netiquette), and social and ethical issues. Other topics include information on getting connected, privacy, security, and more. This course also includes the principles of basic Web page design, the use of graphics and other media files, and the creation of linked documents. Students will use both HTML and a Web authoring program to create Web pages and will have the opportunity to publish a Web site to a server.