yes, exactly.. as I already have a masters, it was my belief that since it had minimal impact in the "numbers GPA/LSAT game", I could play the gamer by getting another undergrad or taking other undergrad classes.
just another one of my 'file in the nice try dipsh*t' thoughts category.
on a brighter note, I noticed some classes I took at a community college in the summers really boosted the GPA. Can you say Calculus...5 credits at a CC (earning an A)!! (vs 4 at the university, earning a B) Damn, if I could do it over, Id take as many science classes at a CC as possible.