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I'm currently lower-tier private school with a 3.9 GPA and solid EC's and will be entering the first semester of my junior year this spring. The idea to see if I can transfer to a stronger undergrad has crossed my mind a few times. Do you all think it's worth it to see if I can transfer to a Cornell or NYU type school. I believe when you transfer your GPA resets and I would risk not doing as well at those schools but would have a stronger undergrad degree. Does this matter at all for law schools or is it better/safer to stay where I'm at? I'm aiming to get into a T14 law school.
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