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I have asked this question somewhat before but would still like more feedback. I took concurrent enrollment classes in high school (2002-2004) and did poorly. I didn't really have a lot of direction at the time. I made a lot of life changes after graduating high school in 2005 and when I moved away from home and went to a much larger University than the community college where I was at pulled a 4.0. I took two years off (2006-2008) for volunteer time in a foreign country then came back and have maintained a 4.0 ever since. My LSDAS GPA will be like a 3.7 I think when I apply. Do you think that some schools will look at that GPA and make the obvious leap to the conclusion that I have actually done very well in undergrad (at the same time being married and having children) when it appears by the numbers that I only did well? What do you guys think? For a school that my LSAT is at their 25% do you think my GPA helps out any?