Hello, I'm a UCLA transfer student.
I went to a community college for two years, ended with 3.52 and I will be transferring to UCLA as a math major. I think my AP scores and SAT from high school helped a lot as well as my essay and ECs.
My major concern is that I don't know how my total GPA for law school will be IF I end with 3.9 - 4.0 GPA at UCLA.
Will UCLA look at that 3.9 - 4.0 or will they combine all together?
So if I had 3.5 gpa from cc, and receive 4.0 at UCLA => will LAW school calculate this as 3.8 - 3.9 gpa ?
I am aiming for Stanford or Cornell law school. Cornell has been my dream school since High school, and Stanford is just prestigious law school but I think cc gpa will highly highly impact my admission decision.
Also I'm studying hard for 170 on LSAT.
Do I have a chance?
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