GPA between 2.9-3.0 to be admitted in Top law school


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Has anyone here with the GPA of not over 3.0 ever got accepted into top law school like Duke, Cornell, UPenn, Berkeley, UCLA, etc. ??

Please share one, thank you!
Has anyone here with the GPA of not over 3.0 ever got accepted into top law school like Duke, Cornell, UPenn, Berkeley, UCLA, etc. ??

Please share one, thank you!
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chicken so...
I'm sure that it happens, and it probably happens every year. However, once applicants become students they tend not to visit these kinds of boards anymore. :)

In general the lower your GPA is the better you'll want the other parts of your application to be.
I'm sure that it happens, and it probably happens every year. However, once applicants become students they tend not to visit these kinds of boards anymore. :)

In general the lower your GPA is the better you'll want the other parts of your application to be.
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pippp
I'm sure that it happens, and it probably happens every year. However, once applicants become students they tend not to visit these kinds of boards anymore. :)

In general the lower your GPA is the better you'll want the other parts of your application to be.


Thanks for the response. It's giving me some hope!
[quote]I'm sure that it happens, and it probably happens every year. However, once applicants become students they tend not to visit these kinds of boards anymore. :)

In general the lower your GPA is the better you'll want the other parts of your application to be.[/quote]

Thanks for the response. It's giving me some hope!
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chicken so...
Play up the other factors where you have strengths, in your application letter and other communication. Any publications, work experience, internships, extracurriculars, mock trials, etc. - these will all add value to your profile.
Play up the other factors where you have strengths, in your application letter and other communication. Any publications, work experience, internships, extracurriculars, mock trials, etc. - these will all add value to your profile.
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