A question about applying to law schools!

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deblaw
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A question about applying to law schools!

Postby deblaw » Tue Mar 29, 2011 12:44 am

Hello all!

I have a question about applying to law schools in September. Although my current GPA is around 3.65ish, my calculation revealed that my gpa could be raised up to 3.7 after the fall quarter.
One of my friends told me that it is a better idea to apply sooner, so I was thinking about applying sooner, probably around September. If I don't submit my transcription until the fall quarter is over, would my application be incomplete? or could I still send them the transcription before the deadline is over?

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Cupidity
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Re: A question about applying to law schools!

Postby Cupidity » Tue Mar 29, 2011 12:46 am

Applying early fall > applying spring w/ +.5 GPA

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Re: A question about applying to law schools!

Postby glewz » Tue Mar 29, 2011 12:46 am

deblaw wrote:Hello all!

I have a question about applying to law schools in September. Although my current GPA is around 3.65ish, my calculation revealed that my gpa could be raised up to 3.7 after the fall quarter.
One of my friends told me that it is a better idea to apply sooner, so I was thinking about applying sooner, probably around September. If I don't submit my transcription until the fall quarter is over, would my application be incomplete? or could I still send them the transcription before the deadline is over?


Apply early and update with the transcript later.

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JG Hall
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Re: A question about applying to law schools!

Postby JG Hall » Tue Mar 29, 2011 2:57 am

Cupidity wrote:Applying early fall > applying spring w/ +.5 +.05 GPA




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