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I am an international student from Asia (India, more specifically), studying philosophy at a top 25 Liberal Arts school. Assuming that I have a competitive GPA and LSAT score for a school, how differently would my application be treated from any other regular applicant with the same numbers? In other words, will the fact that I am not a US citizen be a disadvantage to me in any way? Please keep in mind that I won't have any GPA conversion, language, or other issues that a normal international applicant may face. Thanks!
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