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Political Science Minor

bloynoysbloynoys Registered User Posts: 2 New Member
Hey I have a quick question and not really sure who to ask so I came here.

I am majoring in Mathematics with a concentration in statistics. I am 4/7 the way to a minor in Political Science and am wondering if it is worth it to chug it out in my final 3 semesters (graduating in 3 years) or just focus on my major. Like I have a good amount of writing classes and feel like I am a solid writer, but I am not sure how much stock a law school would put into that. Like is it worth going 18-18-18 in credits instead of 15-15-15?

Reason I am doing math is so I will be prepared (hopefully) to work in sports after focusing on sports and contract law, at least that is the plan as of now.
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