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mothkatsu (GPA - 3.45 / LSAT - 155)
Intend to Apply at UC Davis Law School9 months ago
formerExpat (GPA - 3.39 / LSAT - 163)
Pending at Notre Dame Law School23 minutes ago
formerExpat (GPA - 3.39 / LSAT - 163)
Pending at UU Law School39 minutes ago
BayAreaNative (GPA - 3.35 / LSAT - 151)
Accepted at University of Kansas Law Schoolabout 1 hour ago
BayAreaNative (GPA - 3.35 / LSAT - 151)
Waitlisted at UMN Law Schoolabout 1 hour ago
BayAreaNative (GPA - 3.35 / LSAT - 151)
Accepted at Tulsa Law Schoolabout 1 hour ago
berniebae (GPA - 3.9 / LSAT - 161)
Accepted at Lewis and Clark Law Schoolabout 1 hour ago
Unspec (GPA - 2.58 / LSAT - 176)
Rejected at Columbia Law Schoolabout 3 hours ago
whyamidoingthis1 (GPA - 3.73 / LSAT - 157)
Waitlisted at UIUC College of Lawabout 3 hours ago
whyamidoingthis1 (GPA - 3.73 / LSAT - 157)
Pending at BC Law Schoolabout 4 hours ago
whyamidoingthis1 (GPA - 3.73 / LSAT - 157)
Pending at SMU Law Schoolabout 4 hours ago
whyamidoingthis1 (GPA - 3.73 / LSAT - 157)
Rejected at GW Law Schoolabout 4 hours ago
whyamidoingthis1 (GPA - 3.73 / LSAT - 157)
Pending at UM Law Schoolabout 4 hours ago
whyamidoingthis1 (GPA - 3.73 / LSAT - 157)
Waitlisted at Temple Law Schoolabout 4 hours ago
whyamidoingthis1 (GPA - 3.73 / LSAT - 157)
Waitlisted at Yeshiva Law Schoolabout 4 hours ago
whyamidoingthis1 (GPA - 3.73 / LSAT - 157)
Waitlisted at Wisconsin Law Schoolabout 4 hours ago
whyamidoingthis1 (GPA - 3.73 / LSAT - 157)
Accepted at Loyola Chicago Law Schoolabout 4 hours ago
abenz2013 (GPA - 3.77 / LSAT - 168)
Pending at USC Law Schoolabout 4 hours ago
remydog (GPA - 3.16 / LSAT - 161)
Rejected at UC Hastings Law Schoolabout 4 hours ago
katleivzz (GPA - 3.83 / LSAT - 163)
Pending at Loyola New Orleans Law Schoolabout 4 hours ago
katleivzz (GPA - 3.83 / LSAT - 163)
Pending at Tulane Law Schoolabout 4 hours ago

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