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How much does your GPA really factor into your application if you'll be out of school 4 years and then going to law school?? I ask because I have a 170 but a 3.3 from top undergrad... does my gpa really factor in that much?
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Your WE will help separate you from applicants without any, and will get schools to overlook your GPA to some extent, but you will only get into schools where the median is 170 or lower. Fortunately for you, this means several lower T14 schools are still in reach, especially if you ED to one. Penn, Virginia, Northwestern, and Georgetown are among the schools you should consider EDing to.
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