utopian_grrl wrote:Obviously, from the topic, you can conclude that I currently have a 3.78. While I still have two more semesters that will ultimately determine my cumulative GPA, I'm wondering how falling short by as little as two one-hundredths could affect my law school and scholarship chances. I'm optimistic I'll reach a 3.8 but bad professors and health emergencies do happen...
Remember that if you get rejected from Law School, it's not because you're stats are too low, it's because someone who had better stats took your place.
That said, 3.8 is better than 3.78 and some other people can rank above you during selection.
You still have a good chance in a T14, but keep in mind that competition is stiff and there are applicants with much better stats, learn to stand out of the crowd with massive ECs or something similar and you will get accepted in your first choice University.