Low GPA


Hello everyone,

My LL.B. GPA is 2.9/4.0 with zero work experience.
I wish to apply for LL.M. in International Banking and Finance in universities such as UCL, Edinburgh, Kings, UCLA, NYU, NUS. However, I am not sure of the probability of these universities selecting me because of my low GPA.
What do you think?Are there any other universities I should probably apply to?

Hello everyone,

My LL.B. GPA is 2.9/4.0 with zero work experience.
I wish to apply for LL.M. in International Banking and Finance in universities such as UCL, Edinburgh, Kings, UCLA, NYU, NUS. However, I am not sure of the probability of these universities selecting me because of my low GPA.
What do you think?Are there any other universities I should probably apply to?
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I'm sure you'll be fine. On the website, their LL.M. require GPA 3.0/4.0. But in reality, most of my classmates with GPA over 2.8 got in. And that was why I decided not to go there. How can this university be "prestigious" when their classrooms are full of below-average students from third-world countries?

I'm sure you'll be fine. On the website, their LL.M. require GPA 3.0/4.0. But in reality, most of my classmates with GPA over 2.8 got in. And that was why I decided not to go there. How can this university be "prestigious" when their classrooms are full of below-average students from third-world countries?
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