Hey,

I took a Math Class (actually 2) at a Technical College while I was in High School to satisfy my Math requirements.

I went to that same Technical College after High School and graduated with my A.A.S. and then went on to a 4-year University.

I picked my transcript up from them yesterday afternoon and I asked for the "Everything" transcript. They included all things, including the 2 Math courses (as well as a Traffic Safety class). On the back of the transcript there is a key. The key states that the credit type depends on the fourth digit in the course number. The fourth digit in the case of both my Math courses identifies them as Adult High School.

1. Will LSAC take consider these credits as part of their calculation?

2. If they are counting then, if I have my technical college mail them an statement that says that those were High School level courses will that make a difference?

I am right on the bubble for a LSDAS GPA of 3.01. If these courses count, I am back down to a 2.99. I really think the 3.01 looks a lot better to schools.

I took a Math Class (actually 2) at a Technical College while I was in High School to satisfy my Math requirements.

I went to that same Technical College after High School and graduated with my A.A.S. and then went on to a 4-year University.

I picked my transcript up from them yesterday afternoon and I asked for the "Everything" transcript. They included all things, including the 2 Math courses (as well as a Traffic Safety class). On the back of the transcript there is a key. The key states that the credit type depends on the fourth digit in the course number. The fourth digit in the case of both my Math courses identifies them as Adult High School.

1. Will LSAC take consider these credits as part of their calculation?

2. If they are counting then, if I have my technical college mail them an statement that says that those were High School level courses will that make a difference?

I am right on the bubble for a LSDAS GPA of 3.01. If these courses count, I am back down to a 2.99. I really think the 3.01 looks a lot better to schools.