Anonymous User wrote:For interviews, should we expect to have to explain relatively significant jumps in gpa, similar to what someone might do after retaking the lsat? I.e. I improved by .27- will that be a potential yellow/red flag?
nah. have an answer prepared in case it comes up, but i doubt you'll need (or want) to affirmatively explain it
it could come in handy, though - i raised my CLR grade a significant amount from one semester to the next, so if CLR/"did you change your study habits from one semester to the next" came up i was able to say that i really focused on CLR because i recognized how important it would be for litigation blah blah meow chow. seemed to go over well in the interviews where it came up.