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CaptainF (GPA - 2.75 / LSAT - 160)
Accepted at University of Kansas Law School1 day ago
jcg777 (GPA - 3.82 / LSAT - 161)
Rejected at Wake Forest Law School1 day ago
Rejected at CUNY Law School1 day ago
sk8masta (GPA - 3.1 / LSAT - 155)
Rejected at Northeastern Law School1 day ago
paralegaltolawyer (GPA - 3.85 / LSAT - 159)
Pending at St. Mary's Law School2 days ago
paralegaltolawyer (GPA - 3.85 / LSAT - 159)
Pending at Texas A&M2 days ago
paralegaltolawyer (GPA - 3.85 / LSAT - 159)
Pending at University of Houston Law School2 days ago
paralegaltolawyer (GPA - 3.85 / LSAT - 159)
Accepted at South Texas Law School2 days ago
NYCflaneur (GPA - 2.92 / LSAT - 163)
Rejected at OSU Law School2 days ago
PatentlyHappy (GPA - 3.31 / LSAT - 163)
Accepted at Arizona Law School2 days ago
sk8masta (GPA - 3.1 / LSAT - 155)
Accepted at Quinnipiac Law School4 days ago
needespresso (GPA - 3.7 / LSAT - 155)
Accepted at Syracuse Law School5 days ago
needespresso (GPA - 3.7 / LSAT - 155)
Accepted at USF Law School5 days ago
needespresso (GPA - 3.7 / LSAT - 155)
Accepted at Santa Clara Law School5 days ago
MadHatter42 (GPA - 2.9 / LSAT - 154)
Rejected at William and Mary Law School6 days ago
fatcatdad (GPA - 3.7 / LSAT - 160)
Accepted at NESL7 days ago
MrKayy (GPA - 3.62 / LSAT - 154)
Accepted at Gonzaga Law School7 days ago
zansy (GPA - 3.297 / LSAT - 163)
Rejected at GW Law School8 days ago
Accepted at Widener Law School8 days ago
lawscoob (GPA - 3.6 / LSAT - 157)
Accepted at Loyola Chicago Law School8 days ago

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