My LSAC gpa according to my calculations based off of numbers from LSAC is 3.35 (I know it's pathetic).
It might be of some consolation, but probably won't do too much good.
Quote from: violaboy on July 28, 2009, 08:27:47 AMIt might be of some consolation, but probably won't do too much good.You referring to mine or the person starting this thread? I was accepted at T1 and T2 schools in 1992 with nothing much more than that and a 165 LSAT. Given that I have a MS now (3.8 GPA), and another 17 years' professional experience (and my UG GPA is that much older and irrelevant) if I improve on my old 165, I think I've got a pretty good shot.
Nooylib,An addendum is a critical tool that is necessary when there is an abberation in your application. Namely, if your academic performance was disrupted, or you suffered a bad term that deviated from your characteristic performance, than an addendum is in order. However, if your academic performance was consistent, and there was no such abberation, than an addendum will not strengthen your application. Did you suffer a bad term? Or, did you have a series of low grades that sunk your cumulitive GPA? Please contact me directly at email@example.com if you have any additional questions, as a former admissions officer at two top 15 law schools, I beleive you can benefit from my insight.Best,Kal