Right now I'm looking at getting through undergrad in three years, with a double major in economics and political science. Probably graduating with around a 3.8 GPA at a fairly decent liberal arts college. Scored a 167 on my diagnostic LSAT, but I plan on studying a lot for a year before testing.
How are universities going to take my shortened undergradate experience decision? With a strong GPA in my majors' most difficult courses, would they count it as a plus? Or would they prefer that I add on an extra year and fill it with non-traditional experiences (study abroad, internships, etc.)?
As it stands now, I can still do research honors for both majors in three years.