In a word, yes. LSAC will take all the grades you have ever gotten in college, now and 12 years ago and average them to come up with your LSAC GPA. I had several F’s from 10 years ago, with a 1.9 GPA, then I went back to school and earned 100 credits of straight A’s. Even with those my LSAC GPA was 2.9. So work as hard as you can over the next 3 years, get your GPA up, and you can pull the whole thing up.The real kicker is the LSAT, do good on that, and your GPA will not matter as much. If you can get a 165 plus, you can get into many schools with a sub 3.0 GPA. Good luck!
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