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Do all law schools look at the grades you got in the summer/spring?

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Hey there, i have to take organic chemistry and biochemistry for my degree (two courses notorious for having crushing GPAs). Just wondering if i take these in the spring/summer would that be a smarter move?

Would law schools still look at these marks?

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It depends on the individual law school. For example, U of S doesn’t, but U of A and U of C do if they’re within your last 60 credits.

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1 hour ago, Chazz said:

It depends on the individual law school. For example, U of S doesn’t, but U of A and U of C do if they’re within your last 60 credits.

im interested in ubc mainly

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