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idiotsgod

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Low gpa high lsat Best options
« on: October 10, 2010, 12:48:31 AM »
Hey guys, Im just fishing for opinions on my options. First unless you think I have a chance at an extraordinary school, I'm planning on staying in the middle east coast. (md, dc, va, nc, sc) I will be graduating with around a 2.5 GPA, my major was physics with minors in math and criminal justice. I scored a 178 on my LSAT. The GPA is ascending, and is kinda hard to explain other then having around 50 hours a week at my job for the most part of my college career. I was looking at possibly: South Carolina, William and Mary, Wake Forest, George Mason, University of Richmond, UVA, UNC, Georgetown. The last 3 I think are a little outside of my reach with my GPA

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Re: Low gpa high lsat Best options
« Reply #1 on: October 11, 2010, 08:12:19 AM »
Check out the following site:
http://officialguide.lsac.org/release/OfficialGuide_Default.aspx

On the front page of the LSAC site is a calculator in which you can plug in your undergrad GPA and LSAT score.  The program will then tell you your "approximate" chances for admission to most of the ABA law schools. 


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