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Here is my stats: My UGPA is 3.77/4, and currently I'm in a master program. I innocently took two law school courses (2L, 3L electives) and I assume I was placed on the curve along with other law students, so those two courses were graded as B and B- Given that grades from other courses were OK, I guess my final GPA for grad school will be something like 3.3 or 3.4 at most. My question is: do you think the B and B- will seriously disadvantage my application?
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As BigZuck said, UGPA is all that is reported so that's all that matters. 3.77 won't preclude you from anywhere if you do well on the LSAT (3.78 here, heading to HLS). The masters will provide a small boost, so good luck!
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