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Tombreon (GPA - 2.96 / LSAT - 159)
Rejected at UCLA Law Schoolabout 1 hour ago
likeitshard98 (GPA - 3.1 / LSAT - 171)
Pending at Emory Law Schoolabout 5 hours ago
likeitshard98 (GPA - 3.1 / LSAT - 171)
Accepted at Penn Law Schoolabout 5 hours ago
lokapokanut (GPA - 3.89 / LSAT - 157)
Accepted at Emory Law Schoolabout 6 hours ago
aymandt (GPA - 3.53 / LSAT - 157)
Accepted at Texas Tech Law Schoolabout 8 hours ago
HolyCow (GPA - 3.117 / LSAT - 156)
Accepted at SUNY Buffalo Law Schoolabout 8 hours ago
HolyCow (GPA - 3.117 / LSAT - 156)
Pending at George Mason Law Schoolabout 8 hours ago
wernerst (GPA - 3.72 / LSAT - 162)
Pending at Wisconsin Law Schoolabout 8 hours ago
JackJack2018 (GPA - 3.36 / LSAT - 154)
Pending at UNC Law Schoolabout 17 hours ago
JackJack2018 (GPA - 3.36 / LSAT - 154)
Pending at University of Kansas Law Schoolabout 17 hours ago
JackJack2018 (GPA - 3.36 / LSAT - 154)
Pending at Oklahoma Law Schoolabout 17 hours ago
JackJack2018 (GPA - 3.36 / LSAT - 154)
Pending at Drake Law Schoolabout 17 hours ago
JackJack2018 (GPA - 3.36 / LSAT - 154)
Pending at Montana Law Schoolabout 17 hours ago
JackJack2018 (GPA - 3.36 / LSAT - 154)
Pending at Baylor Law Schoolabout 17 hours ago
JackJack2018 (GPA - 3.36 / LSAT - 154)
Pending at IU Bloomington Law Schoolabout 17 hours ago
JackJack2018 (GPA - 3.36 / LSAT - 154)
Accepted at Wyoming Law Schoolabout 17 hours ago
JackJack2018 (GPA - 3.36 / LSAT - 154)
Rejected at Missouri Law Schoolabout 17 hours ago
JackJack2018 (GPA - 3.36 / LSAT - 154)
Pending at UNL Law Schoolabout 17 hours ago
JackJack2018 (GPA - 3.36 / LSAT - 154)
Waitlisted at UNLV Law Schoolabout 17 hours ago
lokapokanut (GPA - 3.89 / LSAT - 157)
Accepted at UMN Law Schoolabout 20 hours ago

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