At least at my stupid state school (Cal Poly Pomona). Just took a final, got a 92.8% in the class, professor insists on giving me an A-! The cutoff was a 93%! This *&^% always happens. Anyways, on to my real question, I am a junior with currently a 3.1 GPA. My major (information systems, really just a Business Admin concentration) rarely gives out A's. Will law schools take this into consideration like they do engineering or should I change my major to a similar coursework(will not lose many credits), but much greater chance of raising my GPA, concentration of E-Business. I already picked up a business law minor just because I really liked my business law classes. Oh and I'm taking the LSAT this summer.