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Tombreon (GPA - 2.96 / LSAT - 159)
Accepted at Loyola Law Schoolabout 6 hours ago
lokapokanut (GPA - 3.89 / LSAT - 157)
Accepted at Texas Law Schoolabout 7 hours ago
psquared3 (GPA - 3.67 / LSAT - 154)
Rejected at NKU Law Schoolabout 7 hours ago
TheLateLawyer (GPA - 3.9 / LSAT - 150)
Waitlisted at Old Miss Law Schoolabout 8 hours ago
miszel (GPA - 3.85 / LSAT - 161)
Accepted at New York Law Schoolabout 9 hours ago
ladylawyer98 (GPA - 3.93 / LSAT - 159)
Waitlisted at Texas A&Mabout 10 hours ago
ladylawyer98 (GPA - 3.93 / LSAT - 159)
Rejected at Texas Law Schoolabout 12 hours ago
lbauer1 (GPA - 3.7 / LSAT - 158)
Accepted at Oregon Law Schoolabout 12 hours ago
HolyCow (GPA - 3.117 / LSAT - 156)
Waitlisted at Catholic Law Schoolabout 13 hours ago
Bcohen7 (GPA - 3.88 / LSAT - 156)
Waitlisted at Colorado Boulder Law Schoolabout 13 hours ago
aymandt (GPA - 3.53 / LSAT - 157)
Accepted at Charleston Law Schoolabout 14 hours ago
jhearts (GPA - 2.8 / LSAT - 155)
Rejected at Yeshiva Law Schoolabout 14 hours ago
parseckesselrun (GPA - 3.23 / LSAT - 157)
Accepted at Lewis and Clark Law Schoolabout 14 hours ago
Gabbygirl (GPA - 3.98 / LSAT - 155)
Accepted at Northwestern Law Schoolabout 16 hours ago
JinxLFC14 (GPA - 3.735 / LSAT - 163)
Accepted at Wake Forest Law Schoolabout 17 hours ago
llere (GPA - 3.74 / LSAT - 166)
Accepted at Wake Forest Law Schoolabout 18 hours ago
plsletmein1999 (GPA - 3.8 / LSAT - 159)
Accepted at Wake Forest Law Schoolabout 18 hours ago
Peel21 (GPA - 3.29 / LSAT - 154)
Pending at Lewis and Clark Law Schoolabout 19 hours ago
Peel21 (GPA - 3.29 / LSAT - 154)
Pending at Vermont Law Schoolabout 19 hours ago
Peel21 (GPA - 3.29 / LSAT - 154)
Pending at UU Law Schoolabout 19 hours ago

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