Because I switched programs half way through university, I am forced to take an extra semester to complete my degree. This was ideal for me because it allows me to take my required courses plus a few extra to boost my GPA. I went and talked to the law school admissions council at Dalhousie and they informed me that they would only look at complete years. Meaning when considering my application, and looking at my L2, they would take my 3rd and 4th year, and not include my half 5th year. The admissions council told me the only way they would look at my 5th year is if it was a full year. In which case when considering my L2 they would look at my 4th and 5th.Is this true? Can someone please shed some light on this? I go to Dalhousie but I am interested in going to a school in Ontario. If I'm trying to boost my GPA, is it worth doing a full 5th year? How would most schools react to summer courses?