How do the top schools view the degree to which one takes classes (e.g. night classes) many years after graduating from undergrad?
Granted, I'm sure that they'll give a calculus class from....say....MIT...a bit more weight than one from East Appalachian State university.
However, is there any degree/rating scale to which they assess these courses? I know its best to take classes from an "accredited" university, but wondering if there is anything else they use to judge such courses?