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I made ~3.5 this fall, bringing my LSAC GPA from a 3.39 to a 3.4. I got an email from Cornell requesting fall grades and submitted directly to them to make the process as fast as possible and was admitted a few days later. Should I submit my fall grades officially through LSAC as well? I know its only a slight improvement and the risk is having my application review delayed, but getting in at Cornell has me wondering about it (especially if any schools have floors at 3.4).
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