This is what I'm hoping for. When I completed my first UG, I graduated with a 2.4 GPA. I know, I know, I had a rough time, due to a personal situation. No excuse, just the realty of life. Needless to say, this was not going to cut it even with a strong LSAT. So, after taking Kaplan's LSAT course afterward, my LSAT score improved slighty (131 to 141). Not great by any means, but I knew that some schools here in Miami would consider the latter (without averaging the scores). But I needed a better GPA, so I went back to school to get another bachelors degree, which I just finished. Final GPA 3.729. Lot better, than the first GPA I would say. Now, if I can just pull that darn LSAT score up, I should be okay. Comments please.
Juan... if your first UG Gpa is a 2.4, even if you completed a second bachelors with a 3.75, and you have taken the LSAT twice, and scored 131 and 141, I daresay that it is unlikely that you will get into many law schools regardless of what you do in graduate school. Why? Well lsac figures your ENTIRE Udergraduate gpa with every piece of work you have ever done. I am assuming that you finished your second bachelors with 30 units of work or so? If so, your 120 units at 2.4 and 30 units at 3.75 will average out to about 2.7 tops.
I completed a double major in my 4 years of college, I am going to gather that with a double major both undergrad gpa's are figured into the LSDAS because they were both completed at the same time. Is that right? If not, how would they pick which degree to take my GPA from?
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