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Is it possible to get into a good law school with a 3.1 GPA? I still need to take my October LSAT. I would like to go somewhere like Cornell. Has my GPA officially killed me? I am a non-trad student and over 30. If you still think there is hope for me, what would I need to score in range of my LSAT. Thanks.
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Nah, its possible. Work experience counts for a lot at certain places, and a 3.1 is not the end of the world. Aim for a 170+ and you should be good to go at Northwestern. Depending on your score (and your goals/desires), you might also try UVa, Mich, Cornell, and GULC.
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