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MrSoOoFLy wrote:so are scholarships mainly used as motivation to encourage over qualified potential students to go to a school? are they based xclusively on lsat/gpa/combo ... if someone is a splitter are they less likely to get a scholly? does your fafsa have n e thing to do with schollys?
1. I would not say mainly, but yes that is one of the functions of scholarships.
2. no, but like law school admissions, this is likely the most important factor
4. I don't think it does.
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