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LawLT (GPA - 3.3 / LSAT - 154)
Waitlisted at Brooklyn Law Schoolabout 1 hour ago
adxnxxk (GPA - 3.64 / LSAT - 163)
Pending at Villanova Law Schoolabout 2 hours ago
adxnxxk (GPA - 3.64 / LSAT - 163)
Accepted at American Law Schoolabout 2 hours ago
entlaw (GPA - 3.38 / LSAT - 154)
Rejected at Yeshiva Law Schoolabout 2 hours ago
csTN2704 (GPA - 3.51 / LSAT - 154)
Pending at Loyola Chicago Law Schoolabout 2 hours ago
nellawyer (GPA - 3.5 / LSAT - 160)
Intend to Apply at SMU Law Schoolabout 2 hours ago
lbauer1 (GPA - 3.7 / LSAT - 158)
Rejected at Colorado Boulder Law Schoolabout 2 hours ago
Chess123 (GPA - 3.54 / LSAT - 168)
Accepted at Yeshiva Law Schoolabout 3 hours ago
nellawyer (GPA - 3.5 / LSAT - 160)
Pending at WUSTL Law Schoolabout 5 hours ago
nellawyer (GPA - 3.5 / LSAT - 160)
Accepted at Baylor Law Schoolabout 5 hours ago
kc79821 (GPA - 3.14 / LSAT - 157)
Pending at GW Law Schoolabout 8 hours ago
psquared3 (GPA - 3.67 / LSAT - 154)
Pending at NKU Law Schoolabout 17 hours ago
psquared3 (GPA - 3.67 / LSAT - 154)
Waitlisted at Chapman Law Schoolabout 17 hours ago
psquared3 (GPA - 3.67 / LSAT - 154)
Rejected at Syracuse Law Schoolabout 17 hours ago
famille44 (GPA - 3.6 / LSAT - 165)
Rejected at USC Law Schoolabout 17 hours ago
arodzman (GPA - 3.86 / LSAT - 158)
Accepted at SUNY Buffalo Law Schoolabout 20 hours ago
arodzman (GPA - 3.86 / LSAT - 158)
Accepted at UNL Law Schoolabout 20 hours ago
arodzman (GPA - 3.86 / LSAT - 158)
Waitlisted at UIUC College of Lawabout 20 hours ago
arodzman (GPA - 3.86 / LSAT - 158)
Accepted at Pitt Law Schoolabout 20 hours ago
MGH63 (GPA - 3.4 / LSAT - 152)
Waitlisted at UNC Law Schoolabout 20 hours ago

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