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It's hard to say in all reality. Depends entirely on what the school is trying to do internally insofar as their averages are concerned. I would say that any school for which their most recent numbers for gpa and LSAT score seem slightly disparate would be more likely to accept a splitter in order to get one of their numbers up comparatively. The hard part is that this changes from year to year. For example, USC was accepting splitters for the past few years with a focus on getting higher lsat but the trend has now been reversed with USC becoming kind of a gpa whore.
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