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I'm on track to do a lot better than expected for my undergraduate degree (first class honours at one of OxBridge in the UK), and I already have an LSAT score of 177. I've seen posts from previous cycles where applicants with numbers similar to mine have been offered the Ruby/Hamilton, but as an international applicant I won't have a traditional GPA. Am I out of the running for named scholarships because I won't contribute to raising the average GPA of the school?
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I've never seen internationals getting naming scholarships except Darrow (Umich).
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For some data about the admissions and scholarship awards to international applicants, see the spreadsheet in the international applicants thread. One applicant was awarded a Dillard so far.
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