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rc03732 (GPA - 3.11 / LSAT - 149)
Rejected at UF Law School1 minute ago
michelleee708 (GPA - 3.4 / LSAT - 153)
Accepted at Albany Law School40 minutes ago
michelleee708 (GPA - 3.4 / LSAT - 153)
Accepted at Quinnipiac Law School41 minutes ago
mlev7725 (GPA - 3.65 / LSAT - 162)
Rejected at UF Law Schoolabout 2 hours ago
mlev7725 (GPA - 3.65 / LSAT - 162)
Waitlisted at Wisconsin Law Schoolabout 2 hours ago
mlev7725 (GPA - 3.65 / LSAT - 162)
Rejected at UC Davis Law Schoolabout 2 hours ago
YurtleTheTurtle (GPA - 3.93 / LSAT - 158)
Pending at U Michigan Law Schoolabout 4 hours ago
YurtleTheTurtle (GPA - 3.93 / LSAT - 158)
Pending at UNC Law Schoolabout 4 hours ago
YurtleTheTurtle (GPA - 3.93 / LSAT - 158)
Pending at UCI Law Schoolabout 4 hours ago
YurtleTheTurtle (GPA - 3.93 / LSAT - 158)
Pending at Loyola Law Schoolabout 4 hours ago
YurtleTheTurtle (GPA - 3.93 / LSAT - 158)
Accepted at UCLA Law Schoolabout 4 hours ago
Chess123 (GPA - 3.54 / LSAT - 168)
Accepted at Yeshiva Law Schoolabout 4 hours ago
wernerst (GPA - 3.72 / LSAT - 162)
Accepted at Colorado Boulder Law Schoolabout 5 hours ago
wernerst (GPA - 3.72 / LSAT - 162)
Pending at Northeastern Law Schoolabout 5 hours ago
publiclandlaw (GPA - 3.89 / LSAT - 158)
Accepted at University of Idaho Law Schoolabout 7 hours ago
TheLateLawyer (GPA - 3.9 / LSAT - 150)
Pending at New Hampshireabout 7 hours ago
TheLateLawyer (GPA - 3.9 / LSAT - 150)
Pending at Texas A&Mabout 7 hours ago
nellawyer (GPA - 3.5 / LSAT - 160)
Pending at WUSTL Law Schoolabout 8 hours ago
whynotlaw (GPA - 3.79 / LSAT - 161)
Accepted at Colorado Boulder Law Schoolabout 8 hours ago
ladylawyer98 (GPA - 3.93 / LSAT - 159)
Waitlisted at UF Law Schoolabout 8 hours ago

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