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I am an electrical engineering major and mathematics minor with a 2.5 GPA, major GPA 3.1. 5 years working experience in electronic and communication engineering, plus some legal works associated with communication technology. Grand P.E. license in 2010. My LSAT scored from Dec 2011 was 150. Since I will work full time and attend to law school as part time, Santa Clara part time program is my only target. I would like to know that whether my work experiences and other soft back ground will help my low UGPA or not. I am planning to retake LSAT, what would be the safe score to get into Santa Clara part time? thank for answering my question.
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You should be admitted to Santa Clara part-time with a mid-150s LSAT score due to your work experience & engineering major/background in addition to the strong liklihood of lessened competition for admission. http://www.lawschoolnumbers.com may help, but this cycle will see fewer apps so past results may not be a great predictor.
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