Like the above poster said, only courses that were completed to get your bachelors degree count. (Your first bachelors degree--going back and getting a new one won't help either.)
I graduated many years ago and I have a Bachelors degree but my GPA is low and I want to improve my GPA. If I take classes at the community college near me, will this help raise my LSAC GPA? Thanks in advance.Please help
Yes an no. No it won't help your undergrad degree GPA, but HELL YES!!! It'll help you're "cumulative GPA" which is a huge part of what the LSAC shows on your LSDAS file. It merges ALL schools together. That's why some guys who had bad GPA's at one school and transfer to another and graduate with a 4.0 there still can have a 2.75 on their file that lawschools see. So yeah, it may be worth it.
thank you so much everybody for your information .I really appreciate it.SaraJean i just want to make that I understood it clearly : no matter if the college degree is transfered into your university or it's just a cooking course , if it's not after your firt bachelor's degree , it will be counted on your LSAC Gpa ?I mean that cooking course can improve your GPA What if it's not from a community college ? i mean if its from a private college???I have a paralegal diploma from a private college , and it was right before i got my Bachelor's degree . My grades in that college course for paralegal were excellent but not in my bachelor's grades , so will that improve my LSAC GPA please lemme knowthanks
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