During an undergraduate summer, I decided to do a semester at a local college. I did poorly, so I didn't have the credits transferred out. Technically, my bad grades at that particular school won't show up in any transcript.I know I should report my grades from that college, but I don't feel inclined to. Does the LSAC have some special way (ie a database) of tracing all the schools I have been in?
And with everything law school, you should err on the side of disclosure...This may come back to haunt you.
Quote from: northernstar on February 14, 2007, 10:28:44 PMAnd with everything law school, you should err on the side of disclosure...This may come back to haunt you.I am aware of that. The questions are: how one gets caught and what are the chances.
if you have to ask, you probably can't make it happen.does the cc report to a clearinghouse? did you take out any student loans to pay for the community college?did you submit proof of enrollment to anyone - to defer other loans? health insurance?did you - or someone else paying tuition - claim a tax credit?iatpts
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