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Ferikun (GPA - 3.3 / LSAT - 154)
Accepted at Suffolk Law Schoolabout 1 hour ago
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Accepted at Pacific Lawabout 1 hour ago
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Waitlisted at Chicago-Kent College of Lawabout 2 hours ago
PandaEsq (GPA - 3.74 / LSAT - 169)
Accepted at Fordham Law Schoolabout 4 hours ago
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Waitlisted at Georgetown Lawabout 4 hours ago
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Accepted at GW Law Schoolabout 4 hours ago
iloveruthie22 (GPA - 3.8 / LSAT - 166)
Waitlisted at GW Law Schoolabout 5 hours ago
iloveruthie22 (GPA - 3.8 / LSAT - 166)
Waitlisted at UC Hastings Law Schoolabout 5 hours ago
Tiebanks (GPA - 3.21 / LSAT - 154)
Pending at Rutgers Law School Newarkabout 6 hours ago
Tiebanks (GPA - 3.21 / LSAT - 154)
Pending at Seton Hall Law Schoolabout 6 hours ago
thedream11 (GPA - 3.61 / LSAT - 148)
Accepted at Widener Law Schoolabout 7 hours ago
Sophgrace23 (GPA - 3.92 / LSAT - 156)
Accepted at UK Law Schoolabout 8 hours ago
addiebeeeeez98 (GPA - 3.31 / LSAT - 155)
Waitlisted at LSU Law Schoolabout 8 hours ago

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