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I have completed LL. B from a prestigious university in India. I have a 2.9 GPA and a paper publication. I have zero work experience. Can I get into universities such UCL, KCL, QMUL, UCLA or Georgetown?
I have completed LL. B from a prestigious university in India. I have a 2.9 GPA and a paper publication. I have zero work experience. Can I get into universities such UCL, KCL, QMUL, UCLA or Georgetown?
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It really depends on a whole lot of factors. How competitive was the 2.9 GPA in your class overall? Were you at the top or bottom of the class? A 2.9 GPA can have a different impression, depending on the school and the grading system.

Your TOEFL / IELTS score would also be a factor (if required).
It really depends on a whole lot of factors. How competitive was the 2.9 GPA in your class overall? Were you at the top or bottom of the class? A 2.9 GPA can have a different impression, depending on the school and the grading system.

Your TOEFL / IELTS score would also be a factor (if required).
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It really depends on a whole lot of factors. How competitive was the 2.9 GPA in your class overall? Were you at the top or bottom of the class? A 2.9 GPA can have a different impression, depending on the school and the grading system.

Your TOEFL / IELTS score would also be a factor (if required).


Thank you for your reply. I was an average student. In our grading system, I hold grade B
[quote]It really depends on a whole lot of factors. How competitive was the 2.9 GPA in your class overall? Were you at the top or bottom of the class? A 2.9 GPA can have a different impression, depending on the school and the grading system.

Your TOEFL / IELTS score would also be a factor (if required). [/quote]

Thank you for your reply. I was an average student. In our grading system, I hold grade B
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I would think that if you have average grades, your TOEFL / IELTS score and references would be more important.
I would think that if you have average grades, your TOEFL / IELTS score and references would be more important.
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