LLM GPA Admission Requirments


I won't beat a dead horse because I am sure this thread has been started many times, but is there a thread out there that has stats of people getting into LLM rograms?

For instance, I just talked to a girl that got into George Washington's program with a B average. I'm aware other factors play a part, work experience etc. My main focus is GPA as my other factors are a lot stronger. Thank you
I won't beat a dead horse because I am sure this thread has been started many times, but is there a thread out there that has stats of people getting into LLM rograms?

For instance, I just talked to a girl that got into George Washington's program with a B average. I'm aware other factors play a part, work experience etc. My main focus is GPA as my other factors are a lot stronger. Thank you
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I don't think that anybody has collected that kind of stats, but if you do some searching you'll find some relevant info:

http://www.llm-guide.com/board/87147
http://www.llm-guide.com/board/130537/1
http://www.llm-guide.com/board/62923

Of course, it depends on the schools you are applying to. Some will ask you for your class rank, to get a sense of how you compared to the rest of your undergrad cohort.
I don't think that anybody has collected that kind of stats, but if you do some searching you'll find some relevant info:

http://www.llm-guide.com/board/87147
http://www.llm-guide.com/board/130537/1
http://www.llm-guide.com/board/62923

Of course, it depends on the schools you are applying to. Some will ask you for your class rank, to get a sense of how you compared to the rest of your undergrad cohort.
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The top-top schools will only consider your GPA. Everywhere else will consider everything. It is often easier to get in to part-time programs that focus on applicable skills-based topics rather than legal theory/teaching. Also, apply to start in January rather than August.
The top-top schools will only consider your GPA. Everywhere else will consider everything. It is often easier to get in to part-time programs that focus on applicable skills-based topics rather than legal theory/teaching. Also, apply to start in January rather than August.
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