Quarter Units -v- Semester

<p>I'm asking this cuz I wanna go to law school and am trying to calculate what my gpa could be at the end of next year. How does a normal semester unit class (3 credits) compare with a quarter class (4 credits). I mean, it really can't be one more credit right? cuz then since there are 3 quarters compared to 2 semesters you would be able to rack up many more gpa points as opposed to someone at a semester system. Can someone explain this? Thanks :)</p>

<p>um. there's a gpa calculator on my.ucla. once you're enrolled in classes it's a good forecasting tool.</p>

<p>just fyi.</p>



<p>ok, im done.</p>

<p>emmeline, are you going to self destruct: y/n?</p>

<p>just wondering.</p>

<p>allie, self destruction is good. the apocalypse will be here soon enough</p>

<p>n. </p>


<p>k just making sure.</p>

<p>...we never know with that girl, however xD
tho if she self destructs I CALL HER PLACE IN HER ROOM!!!!
<em>is p!ssed at inconsiderate roomie</em></p>

<p>anyways... woot it's friday!!!</p>

<p>oh and anyone know if there's a limit to how many classes you can retake during your time at UCLA?</p>