Korean student in Chinese Law School; Am I good enough for LLM programs in States?


bobos7477
Hello~ I'm Ben from Korea who's currently studying at Fudan University, School of Law.
I used to study in CA but I somehow got into Chinese University.
Long story short, I wasn't able to keep my GPA up, due to multiple circumstances (If you want to know, I'm totally fine with telling you guys :D )
I got 2.1/4.0 GPA,,, with this devastating grades, Is there any possibility of me getting accepted in any LLM program in NY?

[Edited by bobos7477 on Aug 15, 2019]

Hello~ I'm Ben from Korea who's currently studying at Fudan University, School of Law.
I used to study in CA but I somehow got into Chinese University.
Long story short, I wasn't able to keep my GPA up, due to multiple circumstances (If you want to know, I'm totally fine with telling you guys :D )
I got 2.1/4.0 GPA,,, with this devastating grades, Is there any possibility of me getting accepted in any LLM program in NY?
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Clark 804
Have you published? Having published in journals etc., or having solid work experience otherwise, can help correct for low GPAs.

I think it's a hard sell for many of the top programs, but other stronger aspects of your profile could go a long way. The schools will basically see a low GPA as a red flag and be looking for some other indication that you could get by in a stressful graduate-level course.
Have you published? Having published in journals etc., or having solid work experience otherwise, can help correct for low GPAs.

I think it's a hard sell for many of the top programs, but other stronger aspects of your profile could go a long way. The schools will basically see a low GPA as a red flag and be looking for some other indication that you could get by in a stressful graduate-level course.
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