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I have a question about applying to law school. As we all know that LSDAS standardize the gpa, which means your gpa can either go up or down. I was wondering since my gpa have been pulled down by a bunch of science courses i took in the first 2 years of undergrad (by like 0.3), what should I do? Do explaination in personal statement or supplementary information really help? I just thought law school doesn't seem to give people a chance to make up their grades...
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Admissions officers know that higher grades are far easier to come by in the soft sciences. Write an addendum if it can convey your responsibility and positive attitude. Your best bet is to score high enough on the LSAT to mitigate your GPA concerns.
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