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 lsatstudent22
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Thanks so much for your help!
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 lsatstudent22
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Hi again!

I have another question about undergraduate courses- would taking fully online courses look bad on transcripts? To be honest, I am not sure if this distinction (online vs regular) is even visible on transcripts, but in the case that it is, would it reflect negatively? This would be excluding the courses that were online by default due to the pandemic.

Thank you!
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 Stephanie Oswalt
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lsatstudent22 wrote: Wed Jun 22, 2022 2:45 pm Hi again!

I have another question about undergraduate courses- would taking fully online courses look bad on transcripts? To be honest, I am not sure if this distinction (online vs regular) is even visible on transcripts, but in the case that it is, would it reflect negatively? This would be excluding the courses that were online by default due to the pandemic.

Thank you!
Hi lsat,

Most schools don't show that distinction on transcripts, though it can vary depending on school and class. But even if that did show, law schools are not going to be concerned about you taking online classes. Law schools don't know if there are reasons you (or the school for that matter) opted for an online class, especially taking the pandemic into consideration.

Thanks!

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