What is the minimum GPA required for Top30 law schools?


Hi! I graduated with 76% (GPA 3.3) with a 2nd Class Honour from a good law school in Thailand. I also spent a year doing my LLM in the UK and graduated with 60% (UK universities marking scheme).

I want to pursue my second LLM in the US. Is my academic profile good enough for UCLA, Northwestern, U of Penn?
Hi! I graduated with 76% (GPA 3.3) with a 2nd Class Honour from a good law school in Thailand. I also spent a year doing my LLM in the UK and graduated with 60% (UK universities marking scheme).

I want to pursue my second LLM in the US. Is my academic profile good enough for UCLA, Northwestern, U of Penn?
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pra608
I think you graduated from TU law school for sure. I also graduated from there.

I think your profile is good enough to be admitted to the law school that you mentioned above because my profile is similar to you and I got admitted to northwestern (I got my first llm from wisconsin). However, it depends on your toefl score (more than 260 is safe,if not you should waive) and sop.

Moreover, I think you have more chance to be admitted than other thai students who have their first llm in US. because most top law scholl in U.S, prefer the students who do not have any law degree in U.S. before.

if u have any further question, please feel free to ask me.
I think you graduated from TU law school for sure. I also graduated from there.

I think your profile is good enough to be admitted to the law school that you mentioned above because my profile is similar to you and I got admitted to northwestern (I got my first llm from wisconsin). However, it depends on your toefl score (more than 260 is safe,if not you should waive) and sop.

Moreover, I think you have more chance to be admitted than other thai students who have their first llm in US. because most top law scholl in U.S, prefer the students who do not have any law degree in U.S. before.

if u have any further question, please feel free to ask me.
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boatkung
Hi Guys,

I also went to Thammasat University (TU). Your profile looks pretty fine to me to get admissions with those schools. However, it depends on other factors as you may know, such as SOP, Letter of recommendation, Toefl, etc...

Once you got admissions from UCLA, NU, and UPenn. These are good law schools in the US. You may have to decide what is your area of intterest in law. Then make a final decision with these schools. :)

Well, Gluck for all TU students Cheers!!

boat
Hi Guys,

I also went to Thammasat University (TU). Your profile looks pretty fine to me to get admissions with those schools. However, it depends on other factors as you may know, such as SOP, Letter of recommendation, Toefl, etc...

Once you got admissions from UCLA, NU, and UPenn. These are good law schools in the US. You may have to decide what is your area of intterest in law. Then make a final decision with these schools. :)

Well, Gluck for all TU students Cheers!!

boat
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Hi!my TU friends
It is so warm and impressive, as well as surprising, for me to know that there are a number of my fellow Thammasat graduates on this webboard. Anyway, I would like to thank you for your useful comments on my topic.

Although it sounds strange, I will submit IELTS instead of Toefl. This is because I already have IELTS result. I've heard that NU and UC also accept IELTS as their English requirements.

PS. Khun pra608, are you the same person as "praphrut608" on Pantip webboard?

Thank you again and I wish you guys all best!

TU, Faculty of law class 39
Hi!my TU friends
It is so warm and impressive, as well as surprising, for me to know that there are a number of my fellow Thammasat graduates on this webboard. Anyway, I would like to thank you for your useful comments on my topic.

Although it sounds strange, I will submit IELTS instead of Toefl. This is because I already have IELTS result. I've heard that NU and UC also accept IELTS as their English requirements.

PS. Khun pra608, are you the same person as "praphrut608" on Pantip webboard?

Thank you again and I wish you guys all best!

TU, Faculty of law class 39
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pra608
Hi!my TU friends
It is so warm and impressive, as well as surprising, for me to know that there are a number of my fellow Thammasat graduates on this webboard. Anyway, I would like to thank you for your useful comments on my topic.

Although it sounds strange, I will submit IELTS instead of Toefl. This is because I already have IELTS result. I've heard that NU and UC also accept IELTS as their English requirements.


PS. Khun pra608, are you the same person as "praphrut608" on Pantip webboard?

Thank you again and I wish you guys all best!

TU, Faculty of law class 39


Yes, I am praphrut608 krub. I am TU class 43.
If the law school state about accepting IELTS score, you can certainly do that.
<blockquote>Hi!my TU friends
It is so warm and impressive, as well as surprising, for me to know that there are a number of my fellow Thammasat graduates on this webboard. Anyway, I would like to thank you for your useful comments on my topic.

Although it sounds strange, I will submit IELTS instead of Toefl. This is because I already have IELTS result. I've heard that NU and UC also accept IELTS as their English requirements.


PS. Khun pra608, are you the same person as "praphrut608" on Pantip webboard?

Thank you again and I wish you guys all best!

TU, Faculty of law class 39
</blockquote>

Yes, I am praphrut608 krub. I am TU class 43.
If the law school state about accepting IELTS score, you can certainly do that.
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