(Applications Advice, Letters of Recommendation . . . )
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Can't be evaluated. Depends on the school. The best known case is GPAs from Harvard undergrad being .05-.1 below those of other undergrad GPAs at HLS. Besides that, no idea. As to measurable, hell no. I would say .1 GPA compared to getting into Harvard is more like a really cruel joke.
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Maybe in the sense that you picked them before so you are more likely to pick them again, and so you may be slightly more likely to boost their yield and less likely to get yield protected. You'd also probably be able to write a strong "Why X" if necessary. Not anything big though, definitely approach it as if you weren't getting any advantage.